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Travel Blogs from Gradisca d'Isonzo
We got off to an early start and then they faffed about all morning doing jobs and floating about in the sea. They had to spend sometime knocking loads of little white snails that were EVERYwhere. They were on my wheels and the chairs and table. Willow left her glasses in the grass and picked up four more!
Eventually we left the campsite and had a very interesting drive up to the top of the coast then in land. It was ...
... trouble finding our way back but happened upon a massive collectibles shop - old books, paintings, bric-a-brac, crockery, etc,etc. Finally found food & wine and made it back to Hotel Roma. Had to buy another AC adapter, also change mobile to Prime for reception in Italy. Decided not to go into Venice for lunch but spend tomorrow here for our last day. Weather warm & ...
... former cave collapsed. Once we started Tour #2, we quickly realized we were in for a wholly different sort of adventure. The bad news was that our group multiplied from 6 to about 100. The good news is that this tour literally took us through miles of an amazing underground cave, at some points reaching 140 meters, with the river rushing by us for most of the journey. We had an amazing experience…until we headed back to the elevator. ...
... or New Brunswick and Portoroz much like a large St. Andrews. All of this could be travelled in one day. In this sense,it was much like New Zealand. Lots of things to do yesterday. A visit to the caves, saw my first stalagmite ( from the floor up) and stalactite ( ceiling down). The cave is on three levels. A rail car took us down, we did a walking tour and then back up by rail car. This is a vey popular tourist site. I took several pictures but they really do ...
... water and it is great fun to get in and float around. This is a beautiful little seaside town. A beautiful walk along the boardwalk at sunset. Miha took up to a wonderful little out of the way restaurant on the shore. Again, one if those little places that no tourist would ever know about and if you did actually know about it, you would never dare drive on the road to get to it. Sea fodd fresh from the ...
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