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... I still have clothes on...it's ok, not walking naked. The sound of the river rushing by is relaxing and the birds are happy. The wild flowers are smiling, as they are pretty excited to be out in the sunshine after being covered in snow for such a long time ...yep and it's certainly not flat either ...pretty much up hill all the way ...I'm thinking ...**** hope this is worth it ...trudge on and not feeling that it's ...
... realised we weren't on the right path at all, we
weren’t even in the right valley. Not to worry, we re-planned the route and
carried on. The walk took us towards the town of Terlago and the Lago di
Terlago before heading round Monte Mezzana and climbing back up to the village
of Covelo and on the village of Monte Terlago where our campsite is. The walk
was lovely, past vineyards and apple orchards.
Saturday 20th July
... stop and shelter in the village of Pre. The
area is famous for making hob nails (for hob nail boots) and the task was
considered so important that even under German occupation during the second
world war, production was ordered to continue with each worker being expected
to make 800 per day.
Talking of German occupation, it is clearly a very popular spot for Germans to holiday. We have seen a lot of holiday homes with German names. Every ...
Set off for Modena this morning - Ferrari country!!!! Actually, the region is home to Lamborghini, Maserati, Bugatti and Ducatti as well, and so I was hoping that our visit to the Enzo Ferrari Museum would give me enough time for a decent look around! We have spent eons looking at ancient churches, castles and buildings etc. and as lovely as they are, I am totally over them!!!!
So I endured an hour of central Modena with its large Cathedral and cobblestones, before we found ...
... magnificent views of the local Dolomite Mountains and to the snow capped Alps to the North. It was a glorious warm day and we stood for ages taking in the scenery - it is truly a wonderful part of the world!
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 down the mountain and back to the city - again with views of Bolzano and the ...