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... the best way to get Ronaldo up the driveway. A little while later, Ronaldo was in rather an uncomfortable position and his poor tires and clutch were smelling rather tired. Eventually hands were raised in surrender and after discovering Europcar's roadside assist lady spoke not a single word of English (understand we're in Europe but still: helpful), Dad and Nick disappeared down the road only to reappear with the promise of help to come. We were thinking tow truck and I ...
... shore to the local village called Pescerie or similar. It was an old village, at one stage completely surrounded by a massive moat , and we had a stroll around there for a few hours before cycling back to grab a table at a nice restaurant over-looking the lake, and only a stone's-throw from "home". Good meal, and into the sack only to be awoken a couple of hours later by a big storm that had blown up and had to get up in the middle of the night and take-down ...
... in a restaurant on the path which was great. Getting into Trento was a bit tricky but we arrived at our very average hotel and then went to explore the town. Up the cable car for amazing views and then it rained for about two hours and we did get wet but not cold. Tea at a recommend restaurant was really good, the wine ...
... they spoke Italian, 2) they told us we would have to go north 20 KMs or south 10 KMs to find the internet. We had a wonderful meal in a local Trattoria where Carlo, the owner, served us and made the meal. On Saturday night we we're the only guests. The ride today was spectacular, riding down the valley with multi-thousand foot cliffs on either side. We also found grapes and apples. Both the vines and the trees were ladened to bursting with fruit. Pictures ...
... is beautiful. Having a drink (Aperol spritz) and watching life go by was great. We went back to the hotel and drove down the road to a local ristorante. It seemed like a franchise, with its jukebox music and menu but the food was really good. Huge pizza and salad. Another good day – it is great to come somewhere new and be totally surprised by how wonderful this place is. Trento is certainly well worth spending more time at – but tomorrow we go to Innsbruck. Leaving ...