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Le Palue provides a life for only a few people and reminds me of nothing. Seldom a car drives by or a plane flies overhead in the distance. This place is tranquil, inviting, and completely at peace. As the sun sets behind Marmolada, queen of the Dolomites, we are left with another mark of Italy's never-ending splendor. It is very easy to understand how people can spend their lives in such a way.
... 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 ...
... we buy tickets for the water bus and fully expect more craziness onboard. Numerous water buses have passed by and they have been overladen with people. Think of passengers hanging out of an Indian Train heading for Mumbai and you'll get the picture. There is an orderly queue waiting for the next boat, which is mainly made up of people around 60 years old, and all have suitcases. This is going to be interesting. As our boat is pulling up I spot a couple of empty seats ...
... be struck gold with this one. Angela can't do enough for us and is most helpful. She gives us good info about the town and stays with us a while for a general chit chat. She also provides good info on the Expo which is being held in Milan as that's somewhere Helen wants to go. Early evening is spent exploring this quaint city. We take in a bar or two, and end up having a pleasant meal on a small Piazza. Udine has quite a cultured look and feel, and is not ready for 'Bodie and ...