Hotel Garně Palů
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Woke early as usual and ready to explore my mountain town for the day ...sitting waiting. It's cloudy today but not too bad, the sun is fighting to shine through the clouds. Catching the Bernina Express train up to the mountain top to a place called Tirano. ...OMG ...I didn't go that far as that's war and over the mountain. And in italy ...yeah. Cool to go to italy for the day ...but found way better places to go ...stopped on ...
... We don’t know whether to sit in the van or sit outside. Tomorrow we are climbing the mountain…….
Sunday 21st June
The sun is shining and the sky is blue. The tops of the mountains are clear from cloud, a perfect day. It took us just over three hours to climb to the Passo di Sant’Antonio. It was tough going but we had excellent views as far as Lake Garda in the south. At the pass, we had views of the ski ...
... The sign post at Bochet de Spinera helped make up our minds. It would have taken too long to get to the far peak along the ridge and then back down the mountain. I didn’t fancy getting back to the campsite at 8pm that night.
The route we chose took us to Malga Giu, a beautiful and remote farm house in the middle of an alpine meadow filled with wild flowers and cows. After seeing no-one all morning, we saw another three couples all out ...
... farmers markets where we decided to get some lunch. Mumsie and I chose a chunk of cheese, some mixed salad and a few breadsticks, grovelled a plastic knife and fork from the vendor and then found a park bench in the Grande Piazza to enjoy our feast! Superb!
Later we visited one of the local balsamic vinegar wineries where we had a very interesting lesson on how it is made and the various ageing processes, where the licensed product has to be matured for 12 or 25 ...
Today's tour was to Bolzano, close to the Austrian border. We arrived there late in the morning, stopping for a quick espresso at a truck stop - it's hard to get used to doing things the Italian Way when you have to pay for what you want first, then go and join the queue to get served! So simply getting a coffee takes quite a while, especially when the Italians are prone to barging in front of anyone!
Bolzano is nestled in ...