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... We don’t know whether to sit in the van or sit outside. Tomorrow we are climbing the mountain…….
Sunday 21st June
The sun is shining and the sky is blue. The tops of the mountains are clear from cloud, a perfect day. It took us just over three hours to climb to the Passo di Sant’Antonio. It was tough going but we had excellent views as far as Lake Garda in the south. At the pass, we had views of the ski ...
Saturday 13th June
We drove towards la Pietra di Bismantova past the foundry, Fonderia Capanni that still makes bronze bells and they have a selection of all sizes on display in their yard. At the car park
for la Pietra, it is only a 30 minute walk to the summit so not too strenuous.
John was keen to check out the EE route. (EE means for expert hikers). It was a
via ferrata which uses steel cables to allow non expert climbers ...
... site which has 4 enormous temples dedicated to various gods built along the cliff top overlooking the sea.
The walk through the site was 2 km in a temp of 32 deg was a bit of a challenge. We made plenty of shade stops and drink stops and a lunch stop which helped a lot.
We droppedal the Jeep of at the airport 1400 km on the clock.All driven on the wrong side of the road on everything from motorways to cart tracks.
... Mumsie and I shot over to the place and requested a spot. I quickly discovered that for a "price" you could actually drive a Ferrari of your choice and while I was thinking about it Mumsie whipped out the credit card and said "which one do you want to drive?" Onya Mumsie! I chose an F458 Italia and then the girl said there was quite a wait for the drive - over half an hour! We only had an hour in total at the place!!!!! But after some good old Aussie charm and a lot ...
Today's tour was to Bolzano, close to the Austrian border. We arrived there late in the morning, stopping for a quick espresso at a truck stop - it's hard to get used to doing things the Italian Way when you have to pay for what you want first, then go and join the queue to get served! So simply getting a coffee takes quite a while, especially when the Italians are prone to barging in front of anyone!
Bolzano is nestled in ...