TripAdvisor Reviews Alberghi Marilleva Mezzana
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Woke early as usual and ready to explore my mountain town for the day ...sitting waiting. It's cloudy today but not too bad, the sun is fighting to shine through the clouds. Catching the Bernina Express train up to the mountain top to a place called Tirano. ...OMG ...I didn't go that far as that's war and over the mountain. And in italy ...yeah. Cool to go to italy for the day ...but found way better places to go ...stopped on ...
... off at the
supermarket to stock-up and then continued north to the Valle dei Laghi. We are
still in the Trentino-Alto Adige region and not far from Trento, the principle
city of the region. The mountains are getting higher and the lakes smaller.
The campsite is lovely with stunning views of the rocky peak of La Paganella at 2105 metres high. John has bought a map so we can plan some walks.
I cleaned my bicycle this afternoon. She is looking ...
rocky slopes without all the usual climber kit. It still looked a bit too hairy
for us so we took the easier option. At the summit the views were fantastic.
The steep cliff faces are a magnet for climbers and they were scattered across
the cliff face like ants.
Back at Ruby, we headed for the autostrada and Lago di Ledro. Once again, the temperature soared in to the 30's as we drove north. The route took us along the north coast of ...
... we waited only 5 minutes and then the guy came out, chucked me the keys and told me to get into the gleaming red machine!
A lifetimes dream was about to come true, and after a brief rundown and strapping on the 6 point harness I hit the start button and 585 horses screamed into life! What a sound! Ferraris are all semi automatic these days and with it set on Auto, I inched out of the park and onto the street, and set off for my 10 minutes of heaven! Left hand drive, ...
... magnificent views of the local Dolomite Mountains and to the snow capped Alps to the North. It was a glorious warm day and we stood for ages taking in the scenery - it is truly a wonderful part of the world!
A glass of wine and a local apple strudel, while viewing all this, made a great afternoon tea and then we caught a cable car down the mountain and back to the city - again with views of Bolzano and the ...