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... br> Needed to keep moving as needed to be on last Ferry at 2 45 to Peschiera (5 hour on lake garda)
Then started to climb hard work when 35 degree ,had brown snake crossing the road ,we went around him
Came around the corner and wow wow there was the beautiful lake Garda down to town ate lunch on water front, then headed off to find boat
Arrived with a hour to spare found nice bar on water front ,Tiina and Phil arrived (english ...
A morning shower (cos we could!) and straight back to the police station in Sondrio to sort out Lis' working holiday visa. It took a while, but she got it! Great success! We headed back towards Bormio and stopped at Tirano. After a quick lunch we went for a cruise on the bikes. It's warm today! We rode past many apple orchards (we may have taken a couple; for quality control purposes, of course!), vineyards, fig and nectarine trees, and up some very steep roads! ...
... had checked out the route the day before. Richard had charged off ahead and when we got to the first place where we had to decide which option we would take, he was nowhere to be seen. 10mins later we had found him, Margaret was not pleased. Still all was well and we carried on. The paths are wide and smooth and the bikes role along with ease. They are almost brand new. As ...
... pleased our car is small. There are also hundreds on push bikes as well as the odd lorry, one of which was having trouble negotiating some of the hairpin bends. They were so sharp he was having to take two bites at some which really held up those behind. What with overtaking bikes and umpteen motor bikes roaring past it was a very busy stretch of road. There were 49 numbered hairpin bends on the way up the northern side. The views are spectacular and at the top there were ...
After a brief but enjoyable few hours in Verona the city campsite Bec had managed to find just didn't feel like home. Lucky for us only a few short hours away was the Italian Dolomites a well known mountainous region and admittedly a bit of a struggle for the Wicked Beast but I'll get to that. Little did we know that on the way we would come across miles (why does kilometres seem wrong here? Have I been in the UK too long?) of wine grapes and even more surprisingly ...