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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Pordenone
... to heat the small apartment where we stay.
Our host Jasna has quietly crept into our kitchen and stacked pine logs into the stove as we sleep; the only source of heat in her quaint little home. She is not Italian, originally from Croatia she moved in her twenties for work. Here in this quiet mountain town, she met her husband, Danilo, and they now have two children with a third on the way. Jasna is 5 months pregnant but appears to not have ...
... 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 ...
... with the normal traffic. Lago Di Santa Groce loomed up and at the other end, with compelling views from inside, we found a nice little restaurant. Inside Nonna served up some home made Lasagna. Bloody excellent. The whole time we were following, beside or under the A27 which is the road which goes from the Di Cadore area to Vittorio Veneto and beyond. It became a 20km section that is a massive aqua duct which rises above ...
... a window to open as once again it is hot and humid. Getting though Venice Santa Lucia station is like a scene from Schindler's List, as hoards of passages with suitcases and bags are snaking their way through. It is crazy and very unromantic for lovers arriving for a short stay. On leaving the station, Venice hits you straight away. Just outside is a canal and straight across is an imposing church. There are people, river taxis and and other watercraft everywhere. It is ...
... and a half with the vast majority of it in the mountains. One word - 'Amazing'. It is only a 5 minute walk to our B&B, and after just a little confusion we eventually meet the owner. The place is called 'Casa Angela' and funnily enough it's named after her. Angela welcomed us into our 'Appartment' for the night and offered us Coffee and Cake. Nice touch I thought. She then shows us around and I'm thinking firstly that it's lovely, but secondly, why aren't we staying longer. It ...