Hotel La Bufalara
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
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... one bit. She confidently drives us around in her diesel stick shift, whipping around the tight mountain turns. Clearly self-sufficient, she is surprised as I grab two of four grocery bags and walk them to the car.
The small village of Le Palue is wonderful, but the real reason we have arrived stands 10,000 feet before us. The Dolomites are a nature lovers dream. We feel compelled to climb them but forced to respect them, as nothing ...
... into being about the destination as we shared the road with heavy traffic for about 30km. We had a stop for lunch at one of the towns but the star of the day was Treviso. Treviso is a beautiful little, walled, old town with no tourists, lots of walkers and cyclists, and heaps of magic little alleys. There are also lots of waterways and old bridges. We looked up one of the recommended gelati places ...
... some magnificent roads. James Bond and lots of other films had been made in the area and you could see why. Steep, long, curvy roads took us a windy way several hundred metres down the mountain. The fog on the mountain settled over everything like a blanket, keeping the sound in, so the only music to our ears was the constant squealing of our brakes which had not coped very well with the journey. We found a small town to ...
... fame gave me some very useful pointers also. Anyway I ask for a 'Grande Soave Per Favoure'. The younger of the two bar lady's has to explain to the older one what to do. It would appear that wine is normally served in small measures. Probably younger lady says in Italian that Helen must be a lush - What's the Italian for Spot on dear girl? After Helen has her fix of wine, off we go exploring. Treviso turns out to be a little gem and we instantly love the place. There is ...
... 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 ...