Hotel San Giorgio
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
- TV Channel One Russia
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I was a little peeved when I discovered that the next leg would be by coach as there is a train service to Udine. We disembark at Villach, walk less than 100 metres for once, and then board the coach. Shortly after leaving the town we start heading up into the mountains. We reach Italy in no time and head up and up. On the train, we head over countless tunnels and bridges and some of which are mighty high, again we have been blessed with amazing views. The journey to Undine was ...
... boat leaving and hence we actually departed Venice at around 7:55am. Upon arrival back at the Venice airport we just had to make a reasonably long track to car park number 5 in order to collect Travis. Parking at the airport turned out to be a pretty good call in that the total charge for 3 and a bit days parking only cost €27. It didn't take us all that long to get on our way and set for the 170 kilometre drive to Kobarid, Slovenia. One of the great things ...
Although, today I feel like I put too much pressure on what was going to happen because I was all hyped to go cliff jumping and then my planning abilities got in the way. I arrived in Brovec around 10:30 and I went to the information booth to find this jump to be another bus ride away. If you ever come to Bovec you need a car and an entire day, or multiple days. Five hours was not enough time to find a decent back street, but an upside ...
Today we picked up a rental car and headed for the mountains! As with many rentals, we got something bigger than we reserved because that was what they had...it's not too big though, and so far it has treated us well. Grant is getting back into the hang of driving a stick shift and Bonnie is navigating us through the mountain roads. The scenery today was just beautiful. So much green! We saw tons of paragliders and a few hang gliders ...
... took five women 18 months to make THIS.” Etc. we are tempted, however, by one of the “famous” Burano biscuits, which traditionally are served dipped in wine, but we just enjoy a small taste sans wine. Our last stop is on the small island of Torchelli, where there are only 11 permanent residents, yet the island has four restaurants to choose from. Here we enjoy our packed lunch and a little wander, but decide not to bother with the cathedral visit, as it would use ...