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... realised we weren't on the right path at all, we
weren’t even in the right valley. Not to worry, we re-planned the route and
carried on. The walk took us towards the town of Terlago and the Lago di
Terlago before heading round Monte Mezzana and climbing back up to the village
of Covelo and on the village of Monte Terlago where our campsite is. The walk
was lovely, past vineyards and apple orchards.
Saturday 20th July
... Mumsie and I shot over to the place and requested a spot. I quickly discovered that for a "price" you could actually drive a Ferrari of your choice and while I was thinking about it Mumsie whipped out the credit card and said "which one do you want to drive?" Onya Mumsie! I chose an F458 Italia and then the girl said there was quite a wait for the drive - over half an hour! We only had an hour in total at the place!!!!! But after some good old Aussie charm and a lot ...
Today's tour was to Bolzano, close to the Austrian border. We arrived there late in the morning, stopping for a quick espresso at a truck stop - it's hard to get used to doing things the Italian Way when you have to pay for what you want first, then go and join the queue to get served! So simply getting a coffee takes quite a while, especially when the Italians are prone to barging in front of anyone!
Bolzano is nestled in ...
... last night!
Adam has planned a remarkable drive up through the Austrian Alps along Grossglockner Alpine Road this takes up 3760 metre up to Austria's highest peak. The drive is incredible. A toll is charged of 38 euros and you understand why when you see the condition of the 40km road that was built in the 1930's. It is only open end of May to August. The altitude makes my head head feel like it's going to explode and ...
... is made from all the crushed grape skins and pulp and was first made during the Depression when the ordinary people couldn't afford wine! It is very strong, between 40 and 70% alcohol, and the plain one tastes pretty horrid, but some of the flavoured ones are excellent!
For lunch we sampled some local bruschetta, topped with some of the regions famous white asparagus - very yummy! Unfortunately we dwelled a little long over lunch and only had time for ...