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Thursday 18th July
We packed up this morning. It didn't take us long as we had taken down the awning last night whilst it was dry (for the first time in days!). John had popped to the shop and bought
marmalade filled croissants for breakfast – delicious.
We retraced our steps to Rive Del Garda and then made our way along the valley, past Arco with its magnificent castle sat on a huge rock on the middle of the plain. ...
... to Bocca Saval at 1740 metres. The weather is cloudy but the humidity is around 80% so we were both very sweaty very quickly. As we climbed higher, we had glimpses through
the trees and low cloud of the lake below. It took us about three hours to
reach the highest point of the day and unfortunately we were in cloud, so not
many views. Just before the Bocca Saval, a large building loomed out of the
cloud – a farm house advertising cheese ...
... it can be bottled! No wonder it is so expensive! We then had the chance to taste all the varieties they produce - it was delicious!
We then headed out to Maranello, stopping for a peek at Pavarotti's grave site, then arriving at the Ferrari factory. There were crowds of people about - also lots of Ferraris in the streets as well - it's a very popular tourist attraction. Sally had mentioned that they offered rides in the cars - at a cost - and as soon as we got our ...
... 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 ...
... aristocrats from Austria. Then in WW2 was used to house the prominent prisoners from Dachau Concentration camp and they were held here as hostages. The hotel reels of old stories. It is like stepping back in time. Huge dinning rooms and bars, all set up for the 1920's just there is no one here.
The Lake itself is very busy with bus loads of tourists and walkers coming up to do the view and hikes. We could do an over night ...