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... unsettled weather today. It started off sunny but with clouds obscuring the mountain tops. We decided that we would stay low again today and do the walk we planned to do yesterday. As we walked up the valley with beautiful blue skies in front of us, we were
surprised to hear thunder. When we turned round, the sky was black. At the head
of the valley we had fantastic views down to Trento and the wide, flat plain it
sits on with the River Adige running through ...
The weather is a bit thundery and rainy today so we didn't rush out. When it looked like it might brighten up we had a walk around the lake. It is only 9 km’s in total. We pondered on how much a house on the lakeside might cost and then moved on to where you have a house
if you had the option of owning three houses anywhere in the world.
The walk took us through the little village of Mezzolago. It has lovely small paintings on the walls of ...
... and lots of traffic were totally ignored once I flicked the lever to Manual and used the paddle shifters to encourage to horses to get their act together! The next minutes flew past so damn quickly as I was told to "use the gas" by my guide and gave the beast some stick! For a rev head like me, it was total bliss listening to the screaming V8 and using the instantaneous shifters to up and down the 7 speeds!
All too soon we were back in the parking lot and my dream was ...
... magnificent views of the local Dolomite Mountains and to the snow capped Alps to the North. It was a glorious warm day and we stood for ages taking in the scenery - it is truly a wonderful part of the world!
A glass of wine and a local apple strudel, while viewing all this, made a great afternoon tea and then we caught a cable car down the mountain and back to the city - again with views of Bolzano and the ...
... male receptionist, whom owns the family hotel built by a forefather 160 years ago looks us up and down and down and up and says "maybe". Then spends 5 minutes looking at a key rack on the wall with about 70 keys just hanging there. Finally he says he has a beautiful lake view room for 75 euros per person including breakfast and dinner. Fine where do we sign. His look is - what is my hotel coming to??
This Old Hotel ...