Travel Blogs from Fai della Paganella
... fresh organic mozzarella, and fresh rolls! We also gone a giant apple! We saw a bunch of apple trees for. The train on the way here and I couldn't believe the size of them we saw in the store! Then Sara and pat did a load of laundry while me and David went around town exploring and taking some pictures! It feels so good to be in Italy again, even if half the town is really German/Austian! It's interesting how on a trip like this every little piece of paper or cracker you buy ...
... the entire way for about an hour and half, climbing the old road around the lake. While that sounds terrible we strangely enjoyed it and it was fun coming down! When we got to the top there were just a few little villages with the roads not really going anyway and loads of cyclists. We have again been amazed by the Italian (European?) love of proper cycling gear. A dad going for a ride with his kid looks like he's ...
... along riding one handed and slapping her knee with the other. What a long way she has come since our first couple of bike rides on our trip. Lily too, she is actually starting to occasionally use the gears on her bike which makes the hills we encounter no problem for her, her legs are so strong I have trouble passing her. They do get hungry though and the requests to stop for lunch grew more and more insistent but we ...
... distance but up close the leaves were green but there were plenty of others that were equally impressive. The girls had fun running around as we lazily strolled along. We then walked back through the village which had come to life as all the shops were open again and we went in to one shop that sold produce and specialities from the local area. We bought some polenta, some prosciutto and 3 bags of pasta. One was colourful bowtie shaped ...
I woke at 7.00am so snuck out of the room to write my diary
and chat to John on facebook. Greta & Immy arrived at 9.30am to use the
internet while Malcolm and Lizzie headed into Asiago to photocopy maps. Laura
was still in bed when they arrived so we had a late breakfast then headed into
Asiago to run a sprint course that Malcolm set. The boys came too and found a
place to hire bikes – 20 Euros for 24 hours, so ...
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