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... sad. The gear cable is fraying, the paintwork is all chipped and scratched, the handlebars are rusting and there is a hole in my
saddle. I think it is time for a new one but after doing a bit of research on
the internet, I feel a bit overwhelmed by all the different styles and the prices.
Friday 19th July
We really need to brush up on our navigation skills. We planned a walk today and within 15 minutes of starting out and some ...
... to Torbole. What I didn’t check was the change in height between the two lakes. When we started going down some very steep hills, we decided to have a look at the map. Lago di Ledro is at about 668 metres above sea level whilst Riva del Garda is at 66 metres. We cycled as far as Ponala with a view of Lake Garda and before the path snaked its way steeply down to the lakeside, we decided we would head back. The weather has been
cloudy and rainy again and we ...
Set off for Modena this morning - Ferrari country!!!! Actually, the region is home to Lamborghini, Maserati, Bugatti and Ducatti as well, and so I was hoping that our visit to the Enzo Ferrari Museum would give me enough time for a decent look around! We have spent eons looking at ancient churches, castles and buildings etc. and as lovely as they are, I am totally over them!!!!
So I endured an hour of central Modena with its large Cathedral and cobblestones, before we found ...
... vineyards surrounding it!
Later when we returned to Riva Del Garda we dined at a restaurant overlooking the little harbour by our hotel, enjoying the very relaxed atmosphere of the town, and also thoroughly enjoying being able to enjoy bowls of amazing homemade pasta, washed down with local wine for about $20 each! The food and drink here is way cheaper than we expected, I guess we are lucky that it is not high season yet!
... stare at us when we walk in. Clumsily we go to our table and try and be invisible. There is a table opposite to us that smile and to our surprise speak English, well Irish that we can just understand, so now we have best friends. Max and Stephan (early 60's) explain to us the history of the hotel and region. Max is here to write a book and hopes tomorrow to to read some notes from the vault, not sure what about we couldn't ...