Hotel Suite Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... one another. Cars up on car hoists- you name it, it was happening. What happens if you want your car? No can do it's at the back- they have to move 8 cars - like Russian Roulette. Mark states there is no way he's leaving the car keys with these guys. They look at him like his an idiot! In the end capitulation- there's no other hotel with car parking facilities! Welcome to Italy! Oh by the way the hotel is called "CaDoge" (car dodge!) Once ...
A very wet day as forecast so very glad we got the long journey out the way yesterday as the sea state looks very choppy today. After a trip to the airport to clear in and become legal we take a hire car and head to Grada. An old town in the flats that we had thought about sailing to but given the weather we thought better to go by road! A tour of Monfalcone followed and we managed to get an Italian sim so we have wifi ...
... we headed up a gorge for a walk to see a relatively small but spectacular waterfall where we had coffees and a picnic lunch. Matevz our crazy driver stripped off to his jocks and climbed up the rock face alongside the water fall and then jumped off. Nearby, as were were crossing a rope bridge some kayakers showed us their rolling skills. From there we rode up into the mountains, but by then mist was ...
We arrived after a dry motor all the way and Eric very pleased with choice of boatyard for the winter. Very professional and made to feel very welcome. Sad day as Sallie 1 had to go as she has perished so much we don't think she will blow up again -saggy bottom and edges with age! Now we have a few weeks to explore Italy and Slovenia before heading ...
... signs because they have a dramatic impact on the alpine economy in the non-skiing season. As we pulled up for lunch the bike belonging to the guy who had been tail-end-Charlie for the trip decided to develop an electrical fault and refused to proceed; so it and it's rider had to get into the backup van for the rest of the day. I volunteered to don the yellow reflective vest and take on his role, tagging along at the ...