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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from San Vito al Tagliamento
... and have a hot choccie and an excellent sachertorte. What a treat. Thick Italian hot chocs in a pot so there was enough for 2 mugs each. The owner was very friendly and wanted to help us with our trip. He couldn't believe we had come all the way from Australia. Every person who came into his little shop also wanted to chat. Seems we have been the "talk to" people in this area since the night before when not one, not two ...
... But it would have been nice if we had more time. On our way to the so called castle, we bump into a couple who are taking slightly disturbing pictures. There is no nudity - just oddness, which sort off intrigues us. Well maybe not intrigue, but we do find them highly amusing. Firstly the chap was taking pictures that appear to be focusing on her bum, then of her running water over her hands, and lastly with her sort of wrapping herself around a stone pillar. Midnight at Sam's ...
... to that part of the day since that is the most exciting part! Around 5pm, I moved my stuff over to Ryan and I's hotel room, just a short 10 minute walk from where I had been staying for the meeting. We went out to the canal area for drinks on a cool floating dock. Then we had an amazing pizza dinner at La cucina de Bea Benny, ...
... reduce power consumption. Roberto had some LED light strip which I installed in the bathroom. Probably over kill, as things are now quite bright.
On our departure Roberto gave us 6 bottles of his wine. We enjoyed this during the meals we had with them so now we will have some more to enjoy as we move to further places.
What a lovely couple and a wonderful time.
... and woodland mushrooms. Feeling in need for a break from the heat, we ventured to Alesso to find a spot to swim in the river. After taking a wrong turn, Dale took us up a rather precarious mountain road to, literally, nowhere (yes, I did sing Talking Heads' 'Road to Nowhere' on our ascent). Oops, our first wrong turn, one of many i'm sure. 20 minutes back down and we find the place for a very cold but refreshing Alpine mountain ...