L'Ultimo Mulino Hotel Relais & Restaurant
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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Left florence around 0930, , took us awhile to get out of florence , we finally took A11 north to bologna and made to Padova around 2 pm, Treena had headache, so she stayed at hotel room why char and I explored the town, nice area, Had dinner at the bar,, meet Erica the bartender at the Sheraton bar, very nice, we had Bristo menu, char had burger me ceased salad, TC pizza., 77 dollars for ...
... was more like testing the breaks and at every other turn I had to stop for a few photos. We have stopped so much that we almost arrived late to our destination which was a small village a bit off the beaten track. It was actually very small. Had more mountains surrounding the village then houses in total in it.
We got in and settled, so was time to check out the local "trattoria" one can eat great meals all fresh and local products almost anywhere on the road or any place. ...
... me, again watching the rear mirrors was important - at least I was heading north west in the general direction of home...stopped at the top and took some pics of the views and cows as they came up "their road". Put my HD video camera on and set off my progress was frustrated by some elderly car drivers going at a snails pace - the Italian way soon had them pulling over. One of the great things about driving or riding in Italy is they signpost their passes and tell you ...
... mainland was a bit disappointing.Band of gypsies living behind hotel,great!! Went over to Venice for dinner tonight.Water taxi then beautiful dinner in lovely restaurant with whole group.Then walked around and saw St Marks square at night (awesome).Private water taxi back to bus.Venice at night was so beautiful. Hard to believe we're really here!! Next morning into Venice again ...
... the refugio. My gluteals are still in a sorry state, so I'm slow. The trail also goes along cliff edges so I continue slowly. The decision of when to turn around is made for me when we arrive at a dirt covered snow avalanche from the previous winter(s). We're at quite a respectable height, theres no sign of the refugio, and we can see the trail signs on the other side of the avalanche, but clearly not ...