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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
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... to mind. Eventually we shake them off, but think that if they aren't chaperoned, that they could get up to all sorts of business. We get up to the castle but it's a bit of an anti climax. The views are good though. On the way down, we bump into the odd Sam's Bar couple, but now she has the camera. Once again the poses are rather odd, so me make our escape. So after seeing old stuff, we head back to Casa Angela, pick up our ruck sacks, and make our way to the station to head for ...
... the Tarif is only €54 for the night, it is actually a brand new apartment with really decent sized rooms. We are only here for the night but the town and surrounds have quite historical significance relating particular to the World War 1 era. Kobarid is famous for the fierce battles fought high in the surrounding mountain ranges between the Italians and the Austria / Hungarian army. Right from the outset of WW1 this whole area apparently saw some of the fiercest ...
... was nice enough to stop and gesture where I should go... I felt
as if this had become a failed trip. I could not express my disappointment, but I refused to let that get me down so I decided to ask for a place near the water. That was unsuccessful as well after asking multiple people. I met a very nice gentleman that had grown up in Bovec and walked me to the street and told me where to go. I ...
Today we picked up a rental car and headed for the mountains! As with many rentals, we got something bigger than we reserved because that was what they had...it's not too big though, and so far it has treated us well. Grant is getting back into the hang of driving a stick shift and Bonnie is navigating us through the mountain roads. The scenery today was just beautiful. So much green! We saw tons of paragliders and a few hang gliders ...
... and so we don’t bother. Termoli however, is delightful – the old town is pretty and we enjoy a long walk through the peaceful cobbled streets and making the most of the quiet of a Sunday. Having left Sorrento and travelled north, we are surprised to find that this region shows signs of great poverty and neglect. There is litter and rubbish everywhere – not just bits but piles, and prostitutes on plastic chairs along the roadside in daylight hours are ...