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Trento is a surprise package. A city of approx 120 000 based on education and finance this city is located on the river Adige, a major trading route with Europe in earlier time, and completely surrounded by snow covered mountains. Spectacular.
We left Colfosco on a near perfect day and as I think I mentioned we travelled north to almost the Austrian border and then south to Trento. ...
... come alive with these ancient structures - they are living, breathing and are now integrated into our modern world. It really is magic. The Catholic Church's presence in this city was another slice of magic. As you know I have no religious ties but I could not keep away from the beautiful churches which were around every bend. It was like walking into a free museum every 5mins...and then there was the Vatican. My fellow Roman tourists were also very friendly. ...
... forward to it. As it is a main road I know it will be busy and of course slow going tourists and grannies.
Sure enough I was right and the traffic is plodding along at about 50kph. Its a long queue of cars as far as I can see and simply not even worth trying to get passed them. However this is Italy where road rules are simply unheard of by many foolish drivers and the number of near misses I saw on this road were simply unbelievable. Blind bends and a solid white line ...
... IPad and I was well beaten by Jenny as is mostly the case. No Wifi in the room but it is advertised so will ask about it. Was not too interested in the TV show which had naked men and women dancing with a block of concrete. Went down to the Restaurant for dinner, it was a four course meal, the other couples walked out when finished, I was confused. I waited for the waitress and asked how does dinner work, do you add it to the ...
... but she is doing really well so I'm sure we will see her again soon. Chiara (our not so little anymore flower girl!) was also there to say goodbye. We headed back down to Tonadico to finish packing, and had our last dinner at John and Daniela's apartment. We then went by one of the local schools to say goodbye to Paul's Zio Julio. He has just moved to this school as one of the priests, and lives at ...