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... off at the
supermarket to stock-up and then continued north to the Valle dei Laghi. We are
still in the Trentino-Alto Adige region and not far from Trento, the principle
city of the region. The mountains are getting higher and the lakes smaller.
The campsite is lovely with stunning views of the rocky peak of La Paganella at 2105 metres high. John has bought a map so we can plan some walks.
I cleaned my bicycle this afternoon. She is looking ...
... stop and shelter in the village of Pre. The
area is famous for making hob nails (for hob nail boots) and the task was
considered so important that even under German occupation during the second
world war, production was ordered to continue with each worker being expected
to make 800 per day.
Talking of German occupation, it is clearly a very popular spot for Germans to holiday. We have seen a lot of holiday homes with German names. Every ...
... it was something I'll never, ever forget! Thanx Mumsie! All that standing outside shops waiting, was worth it!
I had about 7 minutes to race around the amazing museum before the coach took us back to Riva Del Garda. I was pretty ****** off that we only got an hour there - I was quite happy to miss the museum to get my drive in - but it would have been nice to able to spend a few hours in this famous place! Pretty obviously Trafalgar don't cater for rev head ex-farmers!
... 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 ...
... aristocrats from Austria. Then in WW2 was used to house the prominent prisoners from Dachau Concentration camp and they were held here as hostages. The hotel reels of old stories. It is like stepping back in time. Huge dinning rooms and bars, all set up for the 1920's just there is no one here.
The Lake itself is very busy with bus loads of tourists and walkers coming up to do the view and hikes. We could do an over night ...