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... forward to it. As it is a main road I know it will be busy and of course slow going tourists and grannies.
Sure enough I was right and the traffic is plodding along at about 50kph. Its a long queue of cars as far as I can see and simply not even worth trying to get passed them. However this is Italy where road rules are simply unheard of by many foolish drivers and the number of near misses I saw on this road were simply unbelievable. Blind bends and a solid white line ...
... tip of a point in the middle of the lake; a city with roman ruins. Beautiful views but a touristy little lake we thought.
Then we drove over to Lake Como and spent two nights in Lezzena, located between Como and Bellagio.We had lovely, small rooms overlooking the lake. And oh, the lake -- it was beautiful, and magical. One day we took the ferry into Bellagio and joined with all the other tourists walking ...
Time to leave Valle Verde. Decided to give Austria
another try as we are hearing that the weather has improved. However, with low
cloud this morning, there is little point in going over the high Dolomite
Decided to go north through Moena and then west over a lower
pass to Bolzano. As expected, the low cloud made for little viewing of the
Went north to Bressanone but stayed on a ...
... at this friendly café/restaurant that
allows motorhomes to stop overnight. 12 euros plus 4 euros electric but have to
have own sanitary facilities. Pleasant location by a river.
Overall, a good day’s drive with superb views from the
high passes. Would be nice to spend more time around Colfosco another ...
... or two before returning to base.
Drove the motorhome into town, parked and took a bus from
the bus station to Passo Falzarego (2110m). From there, we took the cable car
up Lagazuoi (2750m). The views were incredible. From the top station/refugio,
we walked higher, up to the top of Lagazuoi. This whole area was the Austrian
and Italian front line in WW1 and ...