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... opulence now). Food fantastic as they prepared a late lunch on our arrival Saturday.
Sunday saw us leave Trento following city exploration and head west to Valle Felicita/Monte Grappa - again - as base for Venice. Passing Lago Calazzona which was picturesque we travelled through myriad of tunnels again to arrive in our favourite little town for another 2 nights stay with Sebastiano and ...
... wifi to check address - somehow, thanks to a nice guy in a vodaphone store (we don't even use vodaphone).OH, and the google controlled heating system in the house in which we are
staying, no prizes for guessing our host is a software programmer, and the two neighbours both of whom are in their 90's who live as Italy was 60 years ago (according to our host). This has been our best stop so far - real north ...
... I do know Italian, some of the pushy drivers knew exactly what my gesticulations meant and I understood theirs easily enough. Bruce could not find the place of our accommodation but a kind lady took us there. Well what a surprise, self contained villa, kitchen lounge, bedroom, bathroom and laundry in magnificent grounds and the price includes breakfast, you can see the photos on Facebook. Very very happy, went into town to the Lidl store which ...
... a Japanese restaurant. The Japanese food was similar but not the same as we are accustomed to in Vancouver. We believe the Asian owners were more Italian than Japanese. The meal was delicious and we really enjoyed the companionship that we received from Ornella and Paolo during our brief stay. After dinner we returned home to pack our bags in order to get ready for our travel day tomorrow to Split, Croatia. We were sad to leave the family but excited to continue our ...
... soldiers lost their lives during WW1, the front line of the war crossed Monte Grappa. After taking in the views and exploring monuments, we stopped in the restaurant at the top to eat some lunch. In the bar next to the restaurant had snakes (vipers) in bottles filled with grappa to preserve the dead animals. We did not ask to try this grappa and instead enjoyed a glass of fine grappa from a clean bottle at the bar ...