L'Ultimo Mulino Hotel Relais & Restaurant
Travel Blogs from Pordenone
... until the owners of the bowling alley & bar
opened, so they could let us in to our room. As it turned out the hotel
reception had been open all along – we just had not driven close enough to see
the lights. I left Laura unpacking and continued on with Malcolm, to help
navigate. And we drove to Verona train station to pick up Imogene. It took
nearly 2 hours to drive there – we collected her at 10.30pm (Malcolm should
have got Immy to ...
no-one likes going for too long without seeing what’s happening in the cyper
world) Not sure how long the data will last but it is only 10 Euros to get more
and much cheaper than the 4 Euros for 16 minute in the Venice airport.
We drove to Vittorio Veneto to access some free internet,
back to the house for lunch. The house is an old 3 storied building with ...
... in the shade) cycling round the lake and then trying to stop the water puddling on our porch awning during the couple thunder storms we had.
As the last day in Austria was Sarah's Birthday and also a Sunday, we decided to celebrate it a little later so on the first night in here we went to the on site restaurant for a meal, there wasn't a menu and we were given no choice on food so took the set menu ...
... They used to serve beer in glass boots, but apparently too many were stolen so they stopped that tradition. Home relatively early that night. About 9.00. We dropped Adriano off for a meeting at the hall that the parish commune had built and Grazia showed us around. The next sagra (fete) is on in July and they are getting ready for it. Bruno thought we were having an early night, but then Nicola came over to say goodbye, so we still stayed up till ...
... young. That night we went out for dinner at the Broca di Moer, a local bar. It was supposed to be fish and chips, but there was no fish and lots of other stuff. Battered vegetables, salad, pickled onions, chips and a platter of fried prawns, crayfish, squid, calamari, cuttlefish. To finish off we had a sgropino - a delicious drink of lemon gelato and proseco whipped to a froth. Home to bed with our tummies full, saying goodbye to Graziella, and Flavio who we wouldn't see ...