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Travel Blogs from Bellamonte
... Had a nice ride through the alps and towards the end the clouds and rain disappeared! Making it a wonderful evening. On the train we also met some university professor from Texas that was teaching in South Korea. He had just done a pilgrimage in Spain and had been traveling around since. He was nice and we had a good time talking with him. When we got to Bolzano we checked in and went to get dinner. Me and Sara got some prosciutto crudo (apparently crudo means raw ...
... and helmets fitted. It was actually much more full on and the kids had to manage their own hooking on and off at every junction and it was high above the ground. To end the course there was a really high flying fox which you slammed into a mat on the ground. Corvara is a great place to work on any fear of heights you may have. After swinging from the trees we decided to hike along a trail that lead back to Corvara instead of catching the bus. In the summer Corvara is big ...
... much more. So we discussed this and we all agreed, stuff that, who cares if we deserve one we're having one anyway so that's what we did. We got back to our campsite and thought that since we were right next to a lake we should go for a quick swim so off we went and it was a lovely lake even if slightly cold. There were a couple of platforms, one with a slide and one with a diving board so we swam out to them and had a bit ...
... the supermarket is devoted to pasta and we settled on one pack of multi-coloured and one plain. We got everything we needed and then decided to have a bit of a walk around the town. Everything was shut for whatever the Italian equivalent of siesta is so it was pretty quiet so we walked to a park that had some awesome trees. They were just huge and there was quite a range with my favourite being one that looked like it had purplish leaves ...
... sight of a frog. Laura spotted a deer in the fields.
An afternoon of resting, interneting and generally relaxing
– I am feeling so lucky to be here having this amazing holiday and really
enjoying hanging out and doing stuff with Laura – who is a great travel buddy!
We walked up the road to explore the nearest forest for an
hour before cooking the yummiest Gnocchi, Chicken & Tomato dish for dinner.
- Free parking