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Travel Blogs from Monte Bondone
... gets silent some times and stops talking to us and then we miss a turn. Oh well. We finally got on the right road. The scenery was beautiful. We stopped at an Autogrill for lunch and had pasta, of course. It was quite good. We continued on our way to Gargnano. We eventually could see Lake Garda. It is a very large lake nestled between two ...
... as if by magic (the work involved is stupendous) however, it was good practise and we joined the autostrada safely at the bottom of the lake and arrived at Garlate after a stop for lunch at a service station.
I'll keep this short...and leave it to the ...
... as though most of the
World was at Garda.
As it's €8 for a wash and dry we won't be doing too much of THAT and are busily recycling clothes because, after all, we won't see these people again and you won't tell them, will you? (BTW we don't think we smell, too bad...yet!)
Outside living is good with time to actually read books for a change and play Candy Crush. For all you officianados (please send lives at ...
... speak Italian so that we can understand what is being said in the press. Oleg Tinkov, the owner of Tinkoff-Saxo has been very outspoken. He believes that the results of the stage should be neutralised and that the race organisation "is a bit of a mess". None of this helps Cadel who had another difficult day in the saddle.
Tomorrow we leave Trento and head for Trafoi and the Stelvio Pass - another item on Brian's bucket list.
Saturday, May 3, 2014
We drove to Italy today! We went to Trento, (where the Toniollis once lived), and we have never seen such a beautiful place!
It is very mountainous and sits right in a valley of the Alps.
We dined at a delicious Italian restaurant, "Duo", and had a lot of fun tasting a variety of unique and delicious
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility