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Travel Blogs from Ghirano
Whether you're eating pizza in a fast food joint with plastic silverware in the basement of Milan's train station or at a pizzeria on the patio in posh Cortina, use your knife and fork. Under no circumstances should you use your hands to pick up the ...
... in Pamplona, Lake Caspe and Barcelona and who have taken a different route to us but our paths have crossed again. So we swapped a few stories and then said our goodbyes again and went for our swim. What was a nice peaceful swimming pool was no longer, it is an indoor pool and the screams of Lily and Ruby as they took turns strangling and surfing on Tim echoed around the pool. After our swim we had not much time left to make and eat ...
... until the owners of the bowling alley & bar
opened, so they could let us in to our room. As it turned out the hotel
reception had been open all along – we just had not driven close enough to see
the lights. I left Laura unpacking and continued on with Malcolm, to help
navigate. And we drove to Verona train station to pick up Imogene. It took
nearly 2 hours to drive there – we collected her at 10.30pm (Malcolm should
have got Immy to ...
... instead of curtains. Tim, Laura and I are sharing a room, Lizzie &
Malcom in another and Ross & Greta in 2 other rooms.
After lunch we headed up to the event on the map “Foresta
del Cansiglio” – I got my first stint of European driving…15kilometres of
mountain road. I survived!
As I headed to the start it began to rain quite heavily. My
We have made another border crossing and into Italy, we were surprised how close to the border we were in Austria!!
Our first stop in Italy was along the shores of a small lake, Lake Lago on a site aptly named Camping Lago. For anyone looking for it on a map its a little North of Udine in the North East of Italy.
Whilst there isn't a much to see in the area, we filled our 4 night stay with a lot ...