Val Borlezza B&B
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... we are fortunate to find Ristorante Bar Peter that has stayed open. It is thronged with motorcyclists sheltering from the hail. The lunch there is surprisingly good, and we are impressed with a Serbian waitress who speaks five languages fluently, including Spanish. She tells us that she is engaged to a Spaniard from the Canary Islands and will be be going to live there this summer.
We get through a relaxed lunch. Perhaps too relaxed, as we realise that we don’t have time ...
A catchup day, had the car checked and tyres balanced just a few bits and pieces then work for me most of the afternoon then bed for Steve
work for meWe then drove for an hour and met up with Sergio's riding mates at a little trattoria, food was excellent, a lovely fresh tuna salad and lots of nice wine. A great bunch of guys and most of them had some English skills so a good story telling night.
Then working all night till around 2.30am, very tired!
... Sergio went off to find a mechanic to do a wheel alignment on the), Christina, me and Max the dog headed into the forest, trekking along at a good pace - so peaceful and it's their backyard! Super impressed.
Steve has picked up my head cold and is suffering with the headache, aching body so we are in bed early tonight as tomorrow is Dolomites day! Yay.
This morning we headed back down the freeway towards Verona and then turned east to Bassano Del Grappa a little town on the banks of the Brenta River. Mostly an agricultural place but with a strong link to the war through the "Alpina" a group of extremely tough soldiers who fought for many years in the mountains. They endured horrific conditions, fought savagely and are revered by all Italians! We stopped at a covered wooden bridge that had ...
... for Johnny.
The house was only 200m from the beginning of all the walking trails that extend up to Monte Grappa. I had a ball walking and enjoying the countryside. It was sooooo steep but views amazing. The first night we arrived it snowed so that was a lovely welcome, great outlook in the morning and snow stayed in places on the mountain for the 4 days.
We spent an afternoon driving up to ...