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A catchup day, had the car checked and tyres balanced just a few bits and pieces then work for me most of the afternoon then bed for Steve
work for meWe then drove for an hour and met up with Sergio's riding mates at a little trattoria, food was excellent, a lovely fresh tuna salad and lots of nice wine. A great bunch of guys and most of them had some English skills so a good story telling night.
Then working all night till around 2.30am, very tired!
... hills, forests, mountains and old churches everywhere.
Sergio cooked an amazing spaghetti carbonara with lots of chilli accompanied by red wine and cheese - super yummy and Steve watched so let's hope he makes it when we get back.
We spent the afternoon chatting with Sergio and his daughter Christina then it was time to walk off the Carbonara ...
... so we are 'rerouted' and we head north to almost the Austrian border. Scenic, different housing, and very productive valleys. Many factories along the rivers but somehow they blend into the scenery. We join the autobahn/autostrada and soon we are south again to Trento.
We are staying at Villa Madruzzo, very similar to a guest house you would find in the Blue Mountains. Very pleasant, and they provided a fabulous very late lunch when we ...
... we decided to catch a waterbus down to St Marco to have a look around. It really is beautiful here. Although I have to say a lot if the buildings look dilapidated. The waterways are chaotic with gondolas and ferries going every which way! As per the car parking there are no rules on the water ways. You just have to dodge other boats or back up! The harbor was beautiful. We watch 3 huge liners leave on a cruise, and watched the sun set sharing a glass of ...
... was more like testing the breaks and at every other turn I had to stop for a few photos. We have stopped so much that we almost arrived late to our destination which was a small village a bit off the beaten track. It was actually very small. Had more mountains surrounding the village then houses in total in it.
We got in and settled, so was time to check out the local "trattoria" one can eat great meals all fresh and local products almost anywhere on the road or any place. ...