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... by pedal power. We stopped and ate our rolls on a shingle beach on the shores of lake Como and then set off for what should have been an easy 2 and a half hour drive to Caprino Veronese. However this was not the case. From here things took a turn for the worse and somehow we lost 3 hours of the day. Eventually we found B & B Casapiu. A rustic renovated 14th century guesthouse in ...
... We don’t know whether to sit in the van or sit outside. Tomorrow we are climbing the mountain…….
Sunday 21st June
The sun is shining and the sky is blue. The tops of the mountains are clear from cloud, a perfect day. It took us just over three hours to climb to the Passo di Sant’Antonio. It was tough going but we had excellent views as far as Lake Garda in the south. At the pass, we had views of the ski ...
... for sale. What an isolated
spot. After lunch, we started our descent and got soaked by a heavy shower.
Once again, the thunder started as we were about 20 minutes from the campsite but luckily we avoided the heavy rain.
Tuesday 16th July
We went cycling today. There is a cycle path from Lago di Ledro to Lake Garda which we thought we would try. We planned to have lunch in Riva del Garda and if we had time, cycle along ...
... looking the lake and back down, and down and round and down!!!!! Taking in stunning views, a walk to a hermitage retreat and monestery and a beautiful Romanesque church. Spent the afternoon in the garden, Al Lago before our final dinner in the hotel. Tomorrow, we head off after breakfast , quick stop off in the town of Salo at the bottom of the lake before returning our trusty Italian stallion hire car ( or similar ) and flight home. Now seems as good a time as any to reveal that ...
... it can be bottled! No wonder it is so expensive! We then had the chance to taste all the varieties they produce - it was delicious!
We then headed out to Maranello, stopping for a peek at Pavarotti's grave site, then arriving at the Ferrari factory. There were crowds of people about - also lots of Ferraris in the streets as well - it's a very popular tourist attraction. Sally had mentioned that they offered rides in the cars - at a cost - and as soon as we got our ...