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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 ...
... unsettled weather today. It started off sunny but with clouds obscuring the mountain tops. We decided that we would stay low again today and do the walk we planned to do yesterday. As we walked up the valley with beautiful blue skies in front of us, we were
surprised to hear thunder. When we turned round, the sky was black. At the head
of the valley we had fantastic views down to Trento and the wide, flat plain it
sits on with the River Adige running through ...
Saturday 13th June
We drove towards la Pietra di Bismantova past the foundry, Fonderia Capanni that still makes bronze bells and they have a selection of all sizes on display in their yard. At the car park
for la Pietra, it is only a 30 minute walk to the summit so not too strenuous.
John was keen to check out the EE route. (EE means for expert hikers). It was a
via ferrata which uses steel cables to allow non expert climbers ...
... farmers markets where we decided to get some lunch. Mumsie and I chose a chunk of cheese, some mixed salad and a few breadsticks, grovelled a plastic knife and fork from the vendor and then found a park bench in the Grande Piazza to enjoy our feast! Superb!
Later we visited one of the local balsamic vinegar wineries where we had a very interesting lesson on how it is made and the various ageing processes, where the licensed product has to be matured for 12 or 25 ...
... 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 ...