Travel Blogs from Molveno
... the entire way for about an hour and half, climbing the old road around the lake. While that sounds terrible we strangely enjoyed it and it was fun coming down! When we got to the top there were just a few little villages with the roads not really going anyway and loads of cyclists. We have again been amazed by the Italian (European?) love of proper cycling gear. A dad going for a ride with his kid looks like he's ...
... spent 10 minutes playing with a drinking water fountain. Lily is a reading machine and whenever she gets the time she will sit and read whichever book she is on at the time. At the moment she is on the third Harry Potter book having already finished the series and started again. She has also read the six Anne of Green Gables books twice each and another 30 random books. That's over 50 books in about 80 days and to me ...
... distance but up close the leaves were green but there were plenty of others that were equally impressive. The girls had fun running around as we lazily strolled along. We then walked back through the village which had come to life as all the shops were open again and we went in to one shop that sold produce and specialities from the local area. We bought some polenta, some prosciutto and 3 bags of pasta. One was colourful bowtie shaped ...
... happy – they went off
exploring leaving us to run the sprint. Laura and I walked back to our hotel
via the gelato shop - white chocolate and apricot chocolate chip for me…and
Mint and watermelon for Laura! We also bought some interesting looking almond
biscuits for lunch – pistachio and Mount Etna (sultana and raspberry sauce
topping) They were very sweet and tasted like the almond paste on a Christmas
cake – ...
... got on the car and off we went to the top whilst being soothed by the rocking sounds of Bon Jovi 'Living on a Prayer'. It had been pretty warm at the bottom but at the top there was a real chill in the air but it was clear and we could see all the way down the lake to where we had been staying for the last few nights. It was a spectacular view as not only did we have the lake but we could ...
- Free parking
- Pets allowed