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Day 3 Cortina d'Ampezzo
Today we will be travelling "The Great Dolomite Road", rated as one of the most scenic drives in the world.
In this part if Italy we have noticed that all place names and signs are in Italian and German. In fact, the whole area looks more like Switzerland and Austria than Italy. Called by the locals as Süd Tirol and by the Italians as Alto Adige, this area was annexed by Italy after the Great War of 1914/18. To be honest, it still seems to ...
... 8217; is located. We omit to tell Alex that the whole performance was created by a local tour guide in the early 70’s to add spice to his tours.
We look at the time and are shocked to find how late we are. We still have to drive the length of Lago di Garda, and have lunch.
We elect to cut our Verona visit short and continue to Lake Garda, where we are sure we’ll find somewhere nice to eat. By now its 4:00pm, and place after place we stop at ...
First my appology for the delay between transmissions. Due to very slow internet, I m only able to post every couple of days and I'm not too keen on the format of this journal app either. So we left Verona at a leisurely pace on Monday morning, taking one last walk round the Piaza signori. Picked up are stylish Italian steed (or similar) and set of to the eastern shores of Lake Garda, thanks to my expert navigator we arrived in ...
... magnificent views of the local Dolomite Mountains and to the snow capped Alps to the North. A glass of wine and a local apple strudel, while viewing all this, made a great afternoon tea and then we caught a cable car back to the city - again with views of Bolzano and the the beautiful vineyards surrounding it! Later when we returned to Riva Del Garda we dined at a restaurant overlooking the little harbour by our ...
... it was no problem and we romped over there with no trouble at all, and even the snow had largely gone apart from small drifts on the verges.
A trouble free short run of about 150 km and we ended up at a camp in a little town called Leifers or Laives depending on the map you are reading - amazingly, this part of Tyrol only had its autonomy established as recently as 11 June 1992, and after plowing through the ...