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Travel Blogs from Levico Terme
... is a memorial to Cesare Battisti who fought for the autonomy of Trentino from the Austrian Empire and fought against them in WW1. He was captured and hung at Castel del Buonconsiglio. There was a cool little descent from the top of Doss Trento which passed through a tunnel cut out of the rock.
Onto Rome: we caught the Frecciaargento which is one of the high speed tilt trains in use by Trenitalia. About a 4 hr trip to do the 600km journey so considering ...
... legs have never been so tired in my life! That combined with the higher altitude made for quite the
workout, but the views along the way were incredible.
We finally arrived at the top after about four and a half hours and were able to sit down to take a break and eat our sandwiches. After our break we continued up to the memorial at the mountain which memorializes troops who fought in World War I, as this was ...
... had started behind us - passed lots of people heading up. The descent from this climb was even faster as the roads were much straighter - maxed out at 85kmph at one point - no falls that I saw thankfully.
Once again formed a small group heading back north to Trento which caught the pack in front to make it 50-strong.
The last climb up Mount Bondone was 18km at an ave of 8% so it was every man for himself - luckily there were 4 feed stations on the way up ...
... to the Swans get done :(. Early on this morning streamed the Sthn Power boys having an easy win in their GF.
The plan was to visit the Caproni Aeronautical Museum in the arvo however it is a difficult place to get to so we settled for panini and a trip on the cable car up to Sardegna which overlooks Trento. Apparently the area was bombed in 1943/44.
Some pasta for dinner, get the gear ready and try to get an good nights sleep...
After last nights opening ceremony Rach and I came back to the hotel and crashed, both pretty buggered after the trip here. Still being on a Sydney sleep pattern, I woke up at 0200hrs and couldn't get back to sleep again so after a breaky of fresh croissants, pastries, etc I went for my first proper ride.
Once again, got lost in the rabbit warren of little streets in the main part of town but eventually found ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility