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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 ...
... the room or pay now. She said it is part of the half board cost of the room, you only pay for the drinks. Well I was gob smacked, what a great dinner in any case, but the deal fantastic. 27.10.14 Got up to a car covered in a very heavy frost, took about twenty minutes with the motor running and the trusty Medicare Card to get some visibility. Drove to Toblach in the Dolomites and entered that fantastic National Park. Stunning ...
Day 286 6 hrs, 4.6 kms Day totals: 16 hrs, 21.1 kms The train continues on down the valley, past miles of apple orchards. But these aren't like the apple orchards I'm used to seeing in Pennsylvania, USA. Here the trees are more like narrow bushes, spaced and cut with precision so farm vehicles can go between the rows and workers can pick straight from the truck. No ladders needed here. Interesting to see an Italian orchard ...
... where the olives were grown and pressed into the oil that the company vended. We also found out that he was the cousin of Rosella Capaletti, the woman from whom we bought the house! He told us he had seen some of the work done and told us about the bottles of wine in the cantina that neared thirty years of age. He laughed when we asked if he wanted some, saying that he didn't know if any of it was still any good. Still, it was amazing to learn of the connections in ...
... We ascended the stairs into the living room. Our first observation was that nothing was done there yet, but no surprise - we really hadn't expected anything. Same with the bedroom on the main floor. As we walked out the bedroom we got our first nice surprise - the handrails leading up the stairs had been installed. They looked like black iron and added both a sense of security and beauty to the walk upstairs. When we ascended the top of the stairs the once dangerous ...