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... 20+ all afternoon, and they were blasting back and forth across the lake, making the most of it. Tomorrow, we head North again as our time is rapidly running out, and we will be heading home on Monday 29...... Then we will pass poor Dulcie,( probably that means grateful Dulcie) over to our amazing friends Kari-Anne and Josef, who will tenderly put Band-Aids on Dulcie and put her to sleep for the winter..... So, that's it for tonight people..... Buonanotte Los ...
... in a restaurant on the path which was great. Getting into Trento was a bit tricky but we arrived at our very average hotel and then went to explore the town. Up the cable car for amazing views and then it rained for about two hours and we did get wet but not cold. Tea at a recommend restaurant was really good, the wine ...
... they spoke Italian, 2) they told us we would have to go north 20 KMs or south 10 KMs to find the internet. We had a wonderful meal in a local Trattoria where Carlo, the owner, served us and made the meal. On Saturday night we we're the only guests. The ride today was spectacular, riding down the valley with multi-thousand foot cliffs on either side. We also found grapes and apples. Both the vines and the trees were ladened to bursting with fruit. Pictures ...
We both woke up feeling fairly average and as the visibility was low decided to do the dreaded laundry. What a palaver! It cost about €20 when it should have been a lot less as the instructions were confusing. After a long search for the best gelato in Bolzano- which was closed we settled for an early lunch and vino. Feeling better we tackled the oldest cable car in the world (1908) on the other side of Bolzano. The views ...
We managed 88 kilometers today, mostly along old railroad grades along a river. We know we are in Italy, but it still feels like Austria. Most people greet us in German and Wiener Snitzel is easier to order than Tortellini. We finished the day in Appiano just southwest of Bolzano. At some point these Italians will begin speaking and eating Italian if ...