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... I do know Italian, some of the pushy drivers knew exactly what my gesticulations meant and I understood theirs easily enough. Bruce could not find the place of our accommodation but a kind lady took us there. Well what a surprise, self contained villa, kitchen lounge, bedroom, bathroom and laundry in magnificent grounds and the price includes breakfast, you can see the photos on Facebook. Very very happy, went into town to the Lidl store which ...
... scared he would see it...... So anyway, poor Paul was left to get Luca stripped off and rinse out his clothes and car seat. I cleaned him up best I could and put him in some spare clothes of Nicolas' that we just happened to have in the car. (note -always travel with spare clothes for all kids!!!). The stinky chair went In the boot, Luca got Brodie's booster seat, and off we went with all windows down and one suddenly very hungry Luca! As soon ...
... out", having inspected, admired and paid homage (that'll be 20E thanks) for the privilege of inspecting about 7000 of these establishments over the last couple of years.... So, we decided (wisely) that we'd had enough for the day, and hiked back up into the bowels of the mountain behind Monaco, and caught the train back to Ventimiglia , closest major train-station just across the Italian border near to where we were staying at Vallecrosia del Mare. We then of ...
We rode through the Adige River Valley between two massive dolomite mountain ranges carved by glaciers. Apples, pears, grapes also lined our journey. It was like a picture postcard all the wary, hard to take your eyes off it and easier to keep riding 70kms. The cycle path was flat and long in places and we stopped ...
Today we found Italy! We rode for about 80 KMs and arrived at Aldeno just south of Trento. This is a small town with no hotels. After talking to the local gentleman, who assured us there was a hotel, we found four or five others who assured us there was none. Finally, we found someone who knew of a B&B which fortunately had a last room available. We took it. They served us juice and pears to refresh us. The things that convinced us that we were in Italy were ...