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Travel Blogs from Udine
... sample the goods. I'm more than content to stay in the van, I have a feeling that they may get carried away with the sampling.
The following morning, stomach rumbling, I checked my watch - 8 am - they were late. I gave a little "woof" just to remind them. Suddenly, as if in a hammer horror movie, two disembodied ghoul like heads levitated above the duvet. Poor old Meister, it was his turn. Red eyed and hardly bushy tailed, he managed, with ...
... After a short rest we drove into Julian Alps to a town called Tolmin, which is well known for the Soca river running through it. A large river crystal clear offering a lot of water sports, with long trails along it also leading to gorges and waterfalls. By the time we arrived it was time to park up, put the feet up and get some well earned ...
... We were literally 10min away from the hostel but still legally had to stop. It was so annoying because we were already running behind time and we still had a 2 hour walking tour in Vienna! We finally arrived at the hotel and quickly dumped our bags to go to dinner, an included meal. If it wasn't an included meal we woulda skipped it to go see the sights before it got dark. But can't complain about a free meal. We ate in a traditional Austrian ...
We made it to Udine. Jim's Dad was here towards the end of the war. In fact, he was here when he added up his points, and found out he had enough to go home. We think he went onto Austria and home from there. His Dad was originally from a small town in West Virginia. He always said that "Take me home, country road" was the West Virginian national anthem. As soon as we got off the autostrada in Udine, guess what came on the iPhone? Yup, that very song. Very ...
... learn that lunch breaks are 2.5 to 3 hours long here and so the shops do not open till 330 again. The architecture was not as awe inspiring but charming none the less. I love all the dark wood or wrought iron shutters and the great character door knobs. Beau and I decided to visit the Castle first. It had an amazing weapon collection with swords, guns and cannons. Cashe would have loved it. The upper floor was a rare art collection with a piece dating back ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed