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Trento is a surprise package. A city of approx 120 000 based on education and finance this city is located on the river Adige, a major trading route with Europe in earlier time, and completely surrounded by snow covered mountains. Spectacular.
We left Colfosco on a near perfect day and as I think I mentioned we travelled north to almost the Austrian border and then south to Trento. ...
28.10.14 Left Vaile Di Caises this morning under a very heavy frost. Thought we would outsmart Bruce the navigator and avoid the Autostrada. It did work and he took us into the Dolomites over Cortina above the tree line with great views which you will see. He also scared the willies out of us with windy steep roads the kind of switch backs you see in the Tour De France. Anyhow our wisdom to avoid the Autostrada turned a two and a half our trip into ...
... car seat. Luckily we were just coming up to a petrol station, as on the autostrada sometimes you can drive for some time before being able to get off. I was dry reaching by the time we pulled over so almost jumped out of the car, Nicolas who luckily was traveling in John and Daniela's car was in tears as soon as he heard what had happened. Not because he felt sorry for Luca.......but because he has a serious vomit phobia! He was crying because ...
Toured through the farmlands of Bassano del Grappa and the walled city of Marosticca. Markets again so couldn't see the square at its best with lots of people everywhere. Very spectacular wall surrounding the village. Travelled through alpine valleys with towering dolomite mountains everywhere. Lots of vineyards and agriculture. Headed for our hastily booked ...
... since (including the present one) has offered financial support to poor Italian families from the south to move to the Tyrol. We idly wondered whether the same thing could be tried in Scotland... a few English peasants from the impoverished South East could perhaps be relocated to the Highlands to ensure that future referenda turn out OK... We stop again for tea (hot chocolate and cake) in a typically Austrian village on ...