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We had what you would have to call a very lucky day today. We were lucky enough to realise today that the time had changed to day light savings time and not when we had missed a plane or train! We were lucky to arrive at Cologna (where my Nonna & Nonno are from) just in time to see the entire village walk through the town to church. Then we thought we would take a drive to Bormio as we had seen many signs along the road & it wasn't far. Well, Bormio was ...
Trento is a surprise package. A city of approx 120 000 based on education and finance this city is located on the river Adige, a major trading route with Europe in earlier time, and completely surrounded by snow covered mountains. Spectacular.
We left Colfosco on a near perfect day and as I think I mentioned we travelled north to almost the Austrian border and then south to Trento. ...
... I travelled it during my 2012 winter adventure.
The waters of this dam today were extremely calm and the reflection shots of the cliffs opposite were simply stunning.
At the end of this large lake the road swings right and heads through yet another border post and on over the massive dam wall. Right in the middle of the wall are situated two toll booths. I paid my 10 Euro and proceeded to cross the wall. After the wall the road runs along the edge of the ...
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 ...
... mountains up ahead. I stopped somewhere on the way up to the summit, below the clouds and it was a brilliant view. As I continued I headed into the clouds and it started to get really cold and wet. My fingers were cold, and I used a trick I learned in Norway. Whenever you can, put your hands on the engine block and get some warmth into the fingers, especially the clutch fingers.
I didn't stop at ...