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Travel Blogs from Lezzeno
... Feltre. Located the address, straight there in fact, and unloaded the car.....in the rain. Up 3 flights of stairs to a spacious airy apartment with views to the mountains.
The rain eventaully stopped so headed out to see the end of the Palio di Feltre. The Palio di Feltre is a similar concept to that of Sienna, but with only 4 neighbourhoods. The W/E was scripted to have banquets, ...
... to squeeze through numerous hamlets along the way, sounding the horn continuously. No problems, everyone just stops or backs up. We think the bus schedule is such that it times the passing of the buses where there is available space. The side mirrors on the bus are placed forward of the windscreen, and then angled along the side, so tight is the space.
Arrived in Como to sprinkling rain. Tourist centre then coffee ...
... t get very far before the rain became torrential.
Waited under fortuitous carport.
No abatement. Gave up and headed out for the shop.
The road is 6cm deep in water.....quasi floodway due to the volume of rain falling.
Limited choice in the shop. Focus.
Pauls sandals are bubbling from under his toes. Keeps staff amused as well as self.
Head home. Road still flooded.
I'm not too ...
... abound. And eateries, restaurants, bars and cafes everywhere. Continued walking around town, admiring stately buildings and beautiful gardens. Enormous trees are everywhere, thriving on land that is so steep it cant be utilised for anything else.
Amused by the fact that in Europe, the oleander is highly valued as a tough, decorative tree. Strolled along a walkway of pruned and well tended oleanders to the Gardeni ...
... the last I will see of agriculture for a while. From now on it will just be rugged mountains. Also from now on food is probably going to get a lot more expensive. So I figure I'll go ahead and eat a Turkish doner before heading up the mountain. The fellow looks Middle Eastern, but I see images of saints on the the walls--so I figure he's probably an Egyptian Copt... I decide to ask him. We get to talking and it's clear that his mind is not ...