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TripAdvisor Reviews Maso Mistrin Sant'Antonio di Mavignola
Travel Blogs from Sant'Antonio di Mavignola
... track ...like a cafe and that's it ... Gelato and a water and I'm heading home to put my feet up for a bit. Got a hot date tonight !! So glad I decided to put my power walk of the lake on hold this morn !! Oh and my mother tells me I went to Mt Hotham as a kid and saw snow ...well gotta say ..can't been to memorable as I can't remember I thing about it ....snow ..one would think that would have some kind of impact on ones memory ...
... unsettled weather today. It started off sunny but with clouds obscuring the mountain tops. We decided that we would stay low again today and do the walk we planned to do yesterday. As we walked up the valley with beautiful blue skies in front of us, we were
surprised to hear thunder. When we turned round, the sky was black. At the head
of the valley we had fantastic views down to Trento and the wide, flat plain it
sits on with the River Adige running through ...
... and through the town of Riva del Garda. The vineyards in the valley and the magnificent mountains surrounding the lake make for very dramatic scenery.
Lago di Ledro is one of the smallest lakes in the area and just to the left of the top of Lake Garda. Our campsite is on the west shore with lovely views down the lake. We seem to have
found a spot next door to Anne, the Little Britain character and his carer Dr Lawrence.
... it was something I'll never, ever forget! Thanx Mumsie! All that standing outside shops waiting, was worth it!
I had about 7 minutes to race around the amazing museum before the coach took us back to Riva Del Garda. I was pretty ****** off that we only got an hour there - I was quite happy to miss the museum to get my drive in - but it would have been nice to able to spend a few hours in this famous place! Pretty obviously Trafalgar don't cater for rev head ex-farmers!
... 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 ...