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It's cold this morning inside as the plug wasn't pushed in all the way on the electric heater! However with a combination of pushing the plug back in and the sunshine we were soon warmed up and on the go. Whilst I had a good clean through, Les did some washing and pegged it out, it will soon dry in the sun and light breeze. Eventually we were ready to leave Venice, we are heading to Lake Garda - the largest of Italy's ...
... was pretty as a picture with the Valley Adige being predominantly horticulture - think Orange on a grand scale. (apples and vines)
We stayed on one night here as a stopover, the old city area is attractive and plenty of activity on the Sunday with everyone out enjoying a beautiful day. Our accommodation was lovely, an old Villa which belonged to some wealthy dude (forgotten the ...
Without such a rush
today and the weather being a bit wet, we walked back to the ferry
jetty to catch a boat to Desanzano to the west and on the southern
shore. This was another larger town with a marina again. The
weather just was not inviting today and put a dampener on our walk
around the town. We enjoyed a coffee in a pedestrianised street but
decided not to wait for a later ferry but to return to Sirmione on
passing by, steep sided rocky tree covered hills as the lake tapered
even more. Half an hour later, we arrived at our final port – Riva
del Garda. This town was substantially bigger but only marginally
less pretty as a result. It was the first that we had visited with a
proper marina, full of sizeable yachts. The water was freezing,
being fed from a tributary lake higher up in the mountains to the
west. Having seen as much as we wished, we sat near ...
Day 287 8 hrs, 5.6 kms Next morning it really starts to sink in: now that my "Big Project" of the summer is over (for now) of hiking across the Alps... where do I go next? I've still go a couple of weeks--and plenty of possibilities... just can't seem to lock in on any of them. One thing I do have to do is stop in Trento, the other provincial capital of the Trento-Alto Adige region. So I hop on the train from Bolzano, down an ...