Hotel La Forcola
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... don't show the curves and turns to well; and many streets don't show names. Just wait to you visit and see if you can do better. Anyway Konner survived ok and we didn't need to do any code 3 laundry runs. Phew....that American food can be brutal on the GI tract. So back to the room for a quick foot break then we will head out again to "check out the nightlife" as Keenan says. We miss everyone at home and send our ...
... the elevator is tiny. Our room is 'compact' but adequate. Aussies are definately used to space.
We literally got to our room, had a drink and headed out to start exploring. It was about 4pm. Venice is exactly how I imagined it would be - goregous with all these tunnel like streets, bridges, water and gondolas, gondolas and gondolas! Venice is a lot cleaner and prettier than I imagined it would be. Our hotel is literally in labels central - lovely to ...
... district - San Polo. Here the streets were narrower and full of old shops. We popped out several times into large squares with churches. We saw Campo San Polo and Basilica dei Frari - two huge buildings. All hidden down small alleyways! And despite being a Sunday morning, the crowds were back out! Many of them being locals out to church. I had noticed that all the gondola drivers were men. I hadn't seen a single woman. Until now! I was so surprised when I looked over ...
... however I was wrong and I now had another slippery challenge on my hands.
The road was pretty much white all the way to the summit but once again my good little Transalp just held its pace and made the summit without much of a problem.
The summit of this pass is right under the mighty high Dolomites and I was hoping to get a number of good photos up here. However the sun was totally wrong and so i decided it was time for a coffee in the wonderful hotel "Utia de ...
... holds the spot of fifth largest cathedral in the world. Unfortunately the interior was under construction, so we didn't get to see much of it, but from what we did see, it didn't even come close to the exterior in design or appeal. Nattolie and I spent the day together shopping, enjoying coffee and sightseeing in Milan, while Troy stayed in bed fighting a cold. After what felt like a very long time in Italy, it was time to say Arrivederci, and Bonjour to ...