Travel Blogs from Arco
... the colour of a minute ago. Whenever we asked her what a colour was we got, "not sure", even though she usually points it out if we get one wrong (not that we don't know our colours but sometimes we don't know what she's pointing at, OK).
We were very sorry to be going but we've got a schedule to keep - sort of - and the campsite isn't the cheapest. We said goodbye to the people we'd met around us ...
... really good bike path which runs for 80km along a river so we were planning to do a bit of this. The mountains rise up on either side and in the middle we were riding through fields growing corn, strawberries, apples and juicy pears (are there any other sort) and as we looked ahead there were still the odd clouds clinging to the side of the mountains. It was a nice cool day so the riding was pretty easy and Ruby was ...
... 8217;t think I will rush back for more!
Laura & I walked back past the Il Sacrario Militare Di Asiago
monument and discovered there is a 2 km track though the farmland that comes
out in Rendola right next to where we are staying. We had fun playing with the filters on
Laura’s camera taking photos of the monument and the dramatic sky behind
(another thunderstorm lurking) There was a swamp filled with frog noises but ...
Laura and I headed over to the supermarket which is a
convenient 5 minute walk from the hotel to get our first lot of supplies for
the next fortnight. Yummy choices of
fresh bread for breakfast and lunch. The girls arrived down to make use of our
free wifi and Malcolm and the boys headed in to Asiago. We joined them &
the team headed off to find lunch while ...
... The prizes were sponsors products and extremely generous. Tim got a magnum of bubbly, 3 bottles of sparkling wine, cheese, pasta and a cheese board. With Lizzie, Greta and Malcolm all picking up prizes we had an excessive amount of bubbly, cheese and pasta to take back!
It was a late night and we didn’t get home until midnight. There had been a thunderstorm so my orienteering shoes that had been drying outside were soaked through!