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Well not quite the top of the world but near to it. The drive to Colfosco was absolutely spectacular. We wound our way up a valley from Bassano del Grappa following a picturesque crystal clear river, gradually increasing in altitude. In and out of tunnels until we are at quite an elevation and snow more prevalent. I will add that the GPS had stopped working - again - somewhere along the way so we were dependant upon road signs and the phone ...
... one another. Cars up on car hoists- you name it, it was happening. What happens if you want your car? No can do it's at the back- they have to move 8 cars - like Russian Roulette. Mark states there is no way he's leaving the car keys with these guys. They look at him like his an idiot! In the end capitulation- there's no other hotel with car parking facilities! Welcome to Italy! Oh by the way the hotel is called "CaDoge" (car dodge!) Once ...
Leaving Zurich with a hopeful heart that we still have great weather in the mountains, we were on the road again. When we left Switzerland and entered Italy the energy has changed, from the formal distant stiffness one has gotten into the friendly open playful unorganized perfectly functioning state of being which is more the southern European behavior. It felt I came home, besides everyone thinks I am Italian.
When we entered the Dolomite's it was just breath taking I was ...
Today we spent the day in the Dolomites (a beautiful mountain range in the Italian Alps). It was fun. We end up waking up one of the smaller mountains and finding some lakes. I took a lot of wonderful photos of the amazing scenery here. Our accommodation has been fantastic too. There is a really homely feel about the place we are staying. I really love it. I don't know what it is exactly but the place just has ...
... our destination. All I can say about today is, I am very grateful for the help of the lady, for the gentleman that gave up his seat for me and for the two young men that gave up their seats for these two people. Jess and I would not have made it to our destination without the generous nature of all of these people even if the two young men only did it out of frustration. I guess these guys names can be added to the list of unknown soldiers that should be remembered ...