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Woke early as usual and ready to explore my mountain town for the day ...sitting waiting. It's cloudy today but not too bad, the sun is fighting to shine through the clouds. Catching the Bernina Express train up to the mountain top to a place called Tirano. ...OMG ...I didn't go that far as that's war and over the mountain. And in italy ...yeah. Cool to go to italy for the day ...but found way better places to go ...stopped on ...
... realised we weren't on the right path at all, we
weren’t even in the right valley. Not to worry, we re-planned the route and
carried on. The walk took us towards the town of Terlago and the Lago di
Terlago before heading round Monte Mezzana and climbing back up to the village
of Covelo and on the village of Monte Terlago where our campsite is. The walk
was lovely, past vineyards and apple orchards.
Saturday 20th July
... depicting traditional crafts and scenes. We had nearly completed the
loop when the weather turned very stormy. The thunder and lightning got closer
and closer, the heavens opened and the wind whipped up. We hurried back to the
campsite but not before we got completely soaked. The weather tomorrow is
supposed to be better.
Monday 15th June
We headed off to the Salle de Monte Cocca (Salle means saddle) and up the Valle ...
... Mumsie and I shot over to the place and requested a spot. I quickly discovered that for a "price" you could actually drive a Ferrari of your choice and while I was thinking about it Mumsie whipped out the credit card and said "which one do you want to drive?" Onya Mumsie! I chose an F458 Italia and then the girl said there was quite a wait for the drive - over half an hour! We only had an hour in total at the place!!!!! But after some good old Aussie charm and a lot ...
... valley between mountains and as the main city of the region has numerous industries as well as a couple of universities. German is actually the main language, but most people are fluent in Italian as well, and all the road signs and street names are written in both!
We had some free time so we walked around the streets, before returning to the coach and being driven up one of the surrounding mountains to a spot where we ...