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... 8211; make a U-turn!!
Sure enough I turned and soon found myself heading North on the motorway for the next 20km or so.
Soon off the fast flowing motorway I find myself on an extremely narrow road and heading upwards into the mountains. I pass a welcome sign saying pass open and so I continue.
The satnav takes me through all kinds of strange weird and wonderful towns. In one town its telling me to turn right but as I follow the road there does not ...
26.10.14 Left Schwangau today and drove through Austria with snow all around us and to the Waldheim Hotel in the Valle Di Casies in the heart of the Dolomites. There is snow all around us but the roads are clear. It is a really picturesque area, not much to do except admire the scenery. We checked into the Hotel and went for a long walk, the Hotel has a restaurant so we will have dinner there. Stayed in our room and played scrabble ...
... town. English was the primary language there with all those tourists! On the last night we had a lovely meal at a nice restaurant in Lezzeno (a tiny town with only 2 restaurants as best we could tell). The food was simple but good and the service was delightful. We drove to the Milan airport the next day, turned in the car and checked into an airport hotel. We had dinner in a restaurant at a restaurant just behind ...
Today, the 5 of us, plus John and Daniela headed off to Trento for the day, a gorgeous little town south west of Fiera. We got ready, woke Luca up who was still snoozing and headed out for a quick breakfast before leaving. As we were heading out of the mountains most of the roads were quite windy. Both Luca and Brodie were complaining of not feeling to well, and then about an hour into the drive, my worst nightmare, Luca threw up, all over himself ...
Today we went up to San Martino in the morning to Nonna Mela's house for a visit, and to take her out for lunch. She knitted Paul and I a cardigan each, and bought the boys all a T-shirt which was really nice. Nicolas wanted to learn how to knit so she is teaching him, it is very cute to watch. We went to a restaurant in San Martino, and now that we are in the north, the food has changed a little and we can get polenta, salsiccia and tosella, (a really yummy fried ...