Hotel Living

Monday, June 20, 2011

The lovely Ciasa de Gahja Hotel has been our home for the past couple of weeks, since our arrival in Italy. It is a wonderful hotel with a rustic feel and a relaxing atmosphere.
Not only is Ciasa de Gahja a hotel, but it also happens to be a restaurant too. A very delicious restaurant I might add. We have enjoyed many meals during our stay here, and have never been disappointed. The staff is wonderful and extremely accommodating.
 The hotel is located in the city of Budoia, which is very close to Aviano where the Air Force base is.
This view is from around the corner of our hotel.
I must say, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, the region of Italy in which we are living, is absolutely gorgeous.
But I will admit, hotel living tends to get a bit old after a couple of weeks.
Luckily we only have a week left until we can say ciao to our hotel, and buongiorno to our new home!
Jacob and I will be moving into our charming townhouse, in the town of Maniago, next Tuesday.
Although I cannot wait to get into our home, one of the things I will miss the most about our hotel stay are the wonderful cappuccinos I have been spoiled with every morning! 
  I will, however, be happy to no longer be tempted with yummy croissants every single morning. 



  1. Looks like a nice hotel. I am wondering if this is the place they took us on our benvenuti tour, it looks very familiar. We were only in Italy for 3 days when we went on that, so I had no idea where we were at the time.

  2. It's so cool that you get to live in italy for some time! Just be careful with food- it's too good and too tempting :)


  3. That is a great place with great food! My husband's shop always loves to host hail and farewells there. It's one of the nicest hotels in this area. It's definitely a great place to start your Italian adventure!

    Brittney - It more than likely is, I think they do the food service there now, the AFRC and the person who takes you all on the tour loves that place.

  4. I can't wait to see your new place! And that hotel sounds fantastic—any place that you can say "relaxing" about is great in my book. Hopefully you can check out soon, though!

  5. Looks gorgeous! If I ever got to live there I would totally be the size of a house!