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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Purlilium Porcia
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... full of people! Apart from a few cyclists we'd met the night before we thought the place was empty! After a breakfast of fresh bread rolls and hot coffee we decided to head into the village for a look around. Marky bought a lovely sports jacket to wear at our wedding. Very smart casual. We had coffee by the lake and then decided to head for Italy! The scenery as we approached the Austrian/Italian Alps was amazing. Beautiful villages tucked in between ...
... Road also reflects the material advance of the people: in the early years, the motorcycle - as the poor man's car - accounted for up to a quarter of the traffic; 1955 was the highpoint with 47,500 motorcycles (26% of the traffic); in 1968, only 2,071 motorcycles were to be counted. The number of motorcycles on the Grossglockner High Alpine Road then rose by 2003 to over 76,000. However the road was in the wrong direction it was heading East and I needed to head ...
... tour of palace and the basilica both were very ornate. Some free time for shopping(yay finally)then gondola ride with serenade(another bucket list). Ditched the dinner in the hotel to have completely free afternoon and evening.More shopping,and more shopping,then beautiful dinner with Kerry And Dennis .Lobster pasta right on the water and great wine.Happy,happy,happy. LOVE VENICE ...
... the reunited aussie family! Quick chat and catch up - they were there with friends for a wedding the next day.
Walking through the village, the craft fair was in full swing. We'd seen the preparations on our previous visit for the Path of the Mills walk. Did contemplate staying around for a roast duck BBQ, but as it began raining, headed out.
Through Prosecco Valley towards Val di Seren. Reached there but then the ...
... was one way traffic only, controlled by traffic lights. Switchback upon switchback, and even having the whole road to yourself, you still didn't end up with a lot of road. All the while the rain was bucketing down. Instant waterfalls were appearing along the cliff face, with the water fortunately being contained behind extensive walls and captured within massive drains.
While we were going slightly slower due to the rain, it could never ...