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... some beautiful sights. The Cathedral was absolutely magnificent- inside as well. We had an amazing lunch at the most gorgeous restaurant! I had a mushroom and red wine risotto and Lee had creamed squash Ravioli- it was divine. Then of course followed by gelato- mixed flavours, so perfect!!! We did some more window-shopping and visited Bocconi University where I have considered doing a study exchange with. It was wonderful to see ...
... who was from Romania. Arianna told her about our volunteer work and she thanked us for helping children in her country. We had a cocktail called Hugo which was what we had at Anita and Michel's. Hugo is Prosecco wine with elderflower syrup. Today (Saturday 10th Jan) was such a big day! We were supposed to go to another mountain but it was too windy so we ended up driving to another mountain in Italy. It took us about 3 hours to climb up the mountain ...
... some food. I sat out front and ate.
Totally confusing town. Lots of signs heading into town. lots of exit roads on both sides of the river, but no bloody sign. As soon as I got to the centre of town the signs would disappear.
I headed out of direction, just a few kilometers then I turned and headed back. Tried another road but the took me back up the mountain, so I turned around. Tried another road, still no signs, so I pulled into a service station and asked. Si si (pointing the way ...
... bikers going both directions. I followed some for a while but most were driving faster than I wanted to, so most of the time I'd just follow for 15-20 minutes, then ease off a little.
The road got narrower as I got nearer to the Stelvio Pass and as I started the ascent it got colder. I had expected this and dressed warm.
It was an incredible scenery. Small winding roads, small streams ...