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... we are fortunate to find Ristorante Bar Peter that has stayed open. It is thronged with motorcyclists sheltering from the hail. The lunch there is surprisingly good, and we are impressed with a Serbian waitress who speaks five languages fluently, including Spanish. She tells us that she is engaged to a Spaniard from the Canary Islands and will be be going to live there this summer.
We get through a relaxed lunch. Perhaps too relaxed, as we realise that we don’t have time ...
... closed and will only open for dinner at 7:00pm. Life in Italy seems extremely relaxed. We coast through the pretty lakeside village of Malcesine, as see a “aperto" sign by a modest roadside restaurant (without a lake view). We screech to a stop and Cesar confirms that they must be the only restaurant, other than McDonald’s, that is open at this time in the afternoon throughout the region.
After an excellent lunch we continue along the lake to ...
... lunch in a great mountain hut with breath taking views across meadows of cattle and grazing ponies. Check out Kate's Instagram for more photos but here are a few from my own camera, including one of our Italian, Stylish hire car (or similar) and how confusing it is telling it apart from other not so similar genuine Alfa Romeos !!!!!! More on that story another day. Ciao for now !! Romeo & Guilietta 1.6 clover leaf (or ...
... and won't hit a coast again until before we cross to Sweden. Still feel sorry for the Europeans, in that, from what we have seen up until the present, they don't have a decent beach.
Driving north takes us briefly through Italy, then into Slovenia. Slovenia another surprise with bugger all tourists (mostly kayakers), scenery along the Italian border to rival Switzerland, and another clean one. For those who prefer 'the nature', a much preferred destination than ...
... poor although we did get to see some brilliant ice structures and an underground water stream. By early afternoon visibility on the glacial surface was still pea soup quality but we still decided to get some experience skiing in low visibility conditions. While Tish left early to make a massage appointment, Andrew persisted on the slopes until 4:30 pm. His experience was much akin to skiing in the ...