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... the forecast was down graded to 9c falling to -2c overnight with the possibility of snow above 1200 metres.
The fun started when we left Camping Il Vecchio Mulino, near Opi in Abruzzo. We decided to follow the road map rather than the satnav. From the valley floor, we slowly snaked in second gear, ascending numerous hair-pin bends, up, up and up and up till we were above the snow line. At over 2000 metres, Signor was simultaneously feeling the cold and ...
... just following signs to Parking Stazione. However, when we got there, the train station parking was convenient even if expensive. Did the wait at McDonalds for a loo - 2 toilets for a huge Macca's. This Macca's leads out onto a platform and was insanely busy.
We found our way to the duomo piazza - just amazing! It was a sea of people, but the buildings were incredible. I had no expectations here. Florentine mosaics, I now understand. All the ...
... a natural and undisturbed forested area in Italy. Although nerve racking at some points (I had a blast - 1st to 3rd gear driving for over an 1 hour!), I recommend this drive to anyone who enjoys mountain views and nature in general. The temperature dropped from about 25 degrees at the bottom of the mountains, to 14 degrees near the top and within the forest, then back to 28 degrees by the time we descended the mountains and ...
... weaker group, I prefer to think of us as more esthetically tuned in.
Our route notes have been proofed to the smallest detail. Our first stop was at km 18.5, Break House Bar. Coffee for all, and it was before 10:30am so cappuccino was still ok. I quote the route notes: “EASY TO MISS: with Break House Bar on right, TURN LEFT off main road for Persignano”. Our three least esthetically ...
... stopped in Rifaldi, not Santa Maria Novella ...