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Travel Blogs from Udine
... working years down holes in the ground in the coal mines of Yorkshire. If only he had his pick axe, Davy lamp and canary he'd be attacking the rock face in the bat of an eye.
The tour takes an hour and a half and costs €22.90.
But 'to begin at the beginning'. (It's a day for literary quotes, thank you Dylan Thomas).
We are camping on the shores of the ...
... cog and chain ski-lift to the top installed for the tourists. Real men assault this bugger the way nature intended. It's a hell of a slog up through the 14 gates but someone has to do it. And that of course is us.
There have been fortifications here since prehistory times. The first mention in ...
... no joy and in all honesty I think it became too much for him so he went back inside and raised the barrier so we didn't have to pay. The rest of our drive passed with no further problems and we got to our campsite which is on a lake but which we are only using as a stopover for one night as we are off to Austria tomorrow. After a bad start Italy has definitely improved and we have really enjoyed our time here. We did quite a few city ...
... beautiful walk along the gorge and valley and we both crossed a very scary wobbly bridge over the creek. If you take it real slow and do not make it wobble at all it is much better.
At last made it to our hotel at 915pm. Lovely spot surrounded by mountains.
We were sent by the hotel to a nearby restaurant and were served a 4 course meal with no price tag. The extremely gourmet morsels were well made but by 11pm I was too tired to enjoy them. ...
... and then to top it off the guy wore his kayaking helmet during the entire drive to the putting in point. The distance in inches between his ears was obviously far greater than his IQ. This was confirmed when he asked "Am I going to get wet?". No mate you're going kayaking and it's a totally dry sport!!! Spare me. I reckon passport control has a lot to answer for, both outbound from the States and at the local port of entry.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking