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... to bike up the same mountain sometimes in groups of 4 or 6. Then there are the tour busses and the 18 wheelers also doing the same road. It was an exciting drive, fraught with peril, but we made it. After a bit of negotiating and speaking German to some tourists, we found the hotel. It appears to be very nice. I am going to go and jump in the heated pool.
A nice sunny day to depart Milan Once again we have a good group of people on tour. This time Greg has Rose with him and we also have Lyn and David from Mansfield, Vic.,Geoff and Pepi from Avalon, Mike and Lee from Clareville, Yoka from Careel Bay, and Ron, Jan and myself make up the twelve travellers. We left Milan and travelled on motorways to Trento for lunch. As we got closer to the alps the scenery became more beautiful with ...
Sunday May 25 and Monday May 26
Days 32 and 33
His take on the day:
We are so happy to be travelling in the off season. Again, we got an upgrade here in Trento. This was planned as a rest time with 5 nights and a chance to view Stages 17 and 18 of the Giro d'Italia bike race. We had booked an OK room for Euro 105 per night with a view of a garden. We got shifted into a massive space with a sitting room, ...
If I said today was 'uneventful' I would be way off but it was a 'slower day' when compared to other days so far. We left our luggage at the hostel and ventured around the markets for packing another picnic. What a way to shop! We have set a goal to appreciate the Kingston market more even though it doesn't compare to the alley ways of Bolzano. Our wandering took us by the Caravaggio Museum. The building was a historical site that was a court house ...
... in the month.
We took a cable car to the mountains behind Bolzano - a great view of the Dolomiti. Rain is expected tomorrow so we made the most of our opportunities to see them before the clouds descend. So many walkers - all ages, all abilities. Some seemed to be quite unsteady on their feet but setting off with walking poles in their hands. It seems to be part of the culture - a very healthy way to live.
- Free parking
- Pets allowed