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... Emmanuela, who came to Australia 2 years ago and did a bit of babysitting for myself and Brooke. It was a really fun night, Emmanuela has 2 younger brothers who are 14 and 16, and after dinner they kept the kids very entertained with play station, computer games and playing soccer. We had an amazing 4 course meal and lots of wine and grappa! We were there till 11pm, so they boys did very well to last that long as only Luca had managed to get a nap in the car during the ...
We rode through the Adige River Valley between two massive dolomite mountain ranges carved by glaciers. Apples, pears, grapes also lined our journey. It was like a picture postcard all the wary, hard to take your eyes off it and easier to keep riding 70kms. The cycle path was flat and long in places and we stopped ...
... they spoke Italian, 2) they told us we would have to go north 20 KMs or south 10 KMs to find the internet. We had a wonderful meal in a local Trattoria where Carlo, the owner, served us and made the meal. On Saturday night we we're the only guests. The ride today was spectacular, riding down the valley with multi-thousand foot cliffs on either side. We also found grapes and apples. Both the vines and the trees were ladened to bursting with fruit. Pictures ...
... to attempt to capture the incredible scenery that greeted our eyes in literally every direction. Huge towering cliffs - lots of beautiful colors in the rock faces - lush greenery - cows grazing. Just amazing!
The final stretch was rather steep - but you could see this little restaurant way up high on a cliff! Fun to finally arrive! We were hungry by this point and so we ordered a bit of lunch. One table chose ...
... we made a map
reading error at this point and walked a good 4km extra. Got back to the
campsite exhausted around six pm. definitely walked too far today!
Returned to the double chairlift at Castelir - took the motorhome this time! Walked from
the top of the lift up to the refugio at Passo do Lusia. The refugio was closed
but we sat and watched an alpine bike race go ...