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... sheer cliffs and a high density of narrow, deep and long valleys. Spectacular landscapes of international significance marked by steeples, pinnacles and rock walls. It is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Area. Arriving at our destination of Trento, our base in northern Italy, in the dark, with me trying to play navigator using the iPad was a challenge. One wrong turn and we were stuck in a 2 kilometre long tunnel going to Austria. We did ...
After spending the morning wandering round Riva del Garda we travelled in to Limone sul Garda for a lovely wander round the cobbled streets and lunch. We had mussels and fish for lunch so in the evening we went to the beach hut for burger and chips and wine for ...
... is a massive mountain range with snow all around. It is just
an incredible sight.
head along this massive valley surrounded by mountain peaks with snow all over
them. Old buildings from last century are scattered about the place making one
think they are on another planet from bygone days.
after stopping a number of times in this magical scenic valley the road starts
its decent towards the town of Bormio. Again its a long twisty ...
Hi everyone, we are in my favorite place outside of America :-)!!! Italy!!! We left Garmish, Germany this morning at 8:00 and took the Bernina Express through the Swiss and Italian alps to just across the Swiss border into Tirano, Italy. It was about a four hour train trip through what can I say but awe inspiring scenery! Just beautiful, regardless of which way you looked! I'm sorry to say that the ...
... Little narrow cobbled streets everywhere with lots of tourist shops and tourists quietly wandering the streets. The tourists haven't dropped back here yet but I guess Lake Garda is a special place. We drove north towards Malcesine which was our next destination but there was absolutly nowhere to park the beast here so I said to Kerry we could cycle back here ...