Grand Hotel Terme
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... The Brenner Pass and into Italy.
In actual fact, the weather wasn't to bad. It was still overcast. But you could make out the shape of some high mountains through the gloom. But the road conditions were good and we are able to open up the throttle.
One of the problems with a motorcycle trip is taking photo's. You just cannot stop and start, get your camera out, take your gloves ...
... That's about it. We lunched on the balcony, walked around the town, had some drinks overlooking the harbour and enjoyed dinner on the edge of the water.
As I write our bags are nearly packed and tomorrow we drive to Rome to drop off our car. We have 2 nights at the beach near the airport and then 4 nights in Bangkok before our flight to Sydney.
Took a couple videos-pictures really couldn't capture it. Shows each location on the grounds after it was used/when empty. We got there and hung in the front lawn, then moved to the courtyard and back lawn for appetizers. They were carving prosciutto for us... I have found the perfect wine. More later. For now I have to do something about the chlorine in my hair from the late night dip. Opera in Verona tonight. Kisses from Italy.xx Ps. Judd, there was a pedicure incident. ...
... you dont get the same view odf the lake as you do on the east coast. The west cost seems to be more expensive too, with petrol being at least 10-15cents more a litre!
So, all in all, today was a better day, and I have a smile back on my face (although that may also be to do with the fact that I finally have a bottle of wine - for about 2euros!)
Tomorrow I hope to get to Verona.
I'll keep you posted
... We are incredibly lucky to be thought of from so many miles away. Grazie mille, i nostri amici grandi e famiglia!
That was it - a very different but very memorable birthday in Verona. We walked home through Piazza Signori and under the gaze of Dante's statue.
'Soon you will be where your own eyes will see the source and cause and give you their own answer to the mystery' (Dante Aligheri, from Inferno)
Our journey continues even as it edges closer to its ...