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... we got up and after breakfast found the laundry and got all of our washing done. Then into Arco for a coffee and look around and John got his hair cut for €15 by a nice Italian barber and it was nothing like the space invader from Turkey. We found a hairdresser for Jenny and she could not speak English but she could speak German so we made an appointment for 3.15pm after their lunch time siesta. We went to Riva Di Garda walked around and had ...
... town. English was the primary language there with all those tourists! On the last night we had a lovely meal at a nice restaurant in Lezzeno (a tiny town with only 2 restaurants as best we could tell). The food was simple but good and the service was delightful. We drove to the Milan airport the next day, turned in the car and checked into an airport hotel. We had dinner in a restaurant at a restaurant just behind ...
... car seat. Luckily we were just coming up to a petrol station, as on the autostrada sometimes you can drive for some time before being able to get off. I was dry reaching by the time we pulled over so almost jumped out of the car, Nicolas who luckily was traveling in John and Daniela's car was in tears as soon as he heard what had happened. Not because he felt sorry for Luca.......but because he has a serious vomit phobia! He was crying because ...
... that threatened to have us sailing down the lake under full-kite..... A small trip today, just up to the top of Lake Garda (from the bottom) along amazingly picturesque roads that wound along the shore, even if it was quite hard work for the guy on the tiller who had to try to keep it off the retaining wall on the outside and away from the on-coming traffic on the inside. ......There were ......ummm.....quite a few screams, the odd expletive......actually, ...
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 ...