L'Ultimo Mulino Hotel Relais & Restaurant
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... one bit. She confidently drives us around in her diesel stick shift, whipping around the tight mountain turns. Clearly self-sufficient, she is surprised as I grab two of four grocery bags and walk them to the car.
The small village of Le Palue is wonderful, but the real reason we have arrived stands 10,000 feet before us. The Dolomites are a nature lovers dream. We feel compelled to climb them but forced to respect them, as nothing ...
... on TripAdvisor then went on a mission to find it, wandering all the old alleys on the way. The gelati did not disappoint, it was sensational. We topped off the day sitting outside at a popular cafe near where a blues - jazz band had set up outside. They were excellent, with some superb singers. Then we had yet another excellent pizza followed by another gelati from the same gelati place as it was that ...
... It must've taken years and years to build and U.S. Quite a site to see just how far it stretches. We arrived at Vittorio Veneto and went out for a wander, as the weather had improved markedly to blue skies and 21 deeds. But we couldn't really find a centre of town. The closest we came was the bus depot. However we recovered the evening with some excellent take away slices of pizza, some ripping good gelati and falling into ...
... with an angry welt on his hip. In other circumstances we'd have have sit down and had a restorative chocolate biscuit - if we'd had any - but it was pouring so much and we were too cold so Rob just pulled himself together and we journeyed onward. The rest of the trip was without mishap and we arrived at Pieve Di Cadore to find our luggage had arrived and our room was ready. We were pathetically ...
... but what is more damaging is the speed that the day to day craft zoom around the canals. The larger canals can get very choppy and the smaller crafts then bob about wildly. The closer we get to San Marco Square, the nicer the journey becomes. We leave the boat in a fashion very unlike Suitcase Idiot and head for the square. It is busy, but not manic. The buildings are breathtaking and Helen is finally enjoying Venice. There's no real plan, so we wander through the ...