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Travel Blogs from Sant'Antonio di Mavignola
... generally much
more cramped than Germany or Austria - pack em in!)
A helpful German trucker gave us all the weather, wind and site news as we manouvered onto the pitch (have I mentioned that a mover is essential, it makes positioning 1500kg of van including well over a tonne of shoes easy!)
This is the life, Sun, little wind, birds tweeting and hopping at our feet, clean showers, Wi-Fi at minimal cost – what ...
... a stressful visit to the Old Town in search of the elusive self service laundry.
Thursday May 29
We left the hotel before 8 am and headed again to the mountains. As we expected, we found the road up the mountain closed a few kilometres out of the little town of Levico Terme. It was fun to watch the passing parade as we waited the nearly 6 hours til race time. The vibe was infectious - lots of fit young ...
Saturday, May 3, 2014
We drove to Italy today! We went to Trento, (where the Toniollis once lived), and we have never seen such a beautiful place!
It is very mountainous and sits right in a valley of the Alps.
We dined at a delicious Italian restaurant, "Duo", and had a lot of fun tasting a variety of unique and delicious
... yellow or even lime green screaming out, "Here I am". Even in the dismal weather of today - rain, fog, less than four degrees in temperature - those isolated rebels draw the eye to what is out of the ordinary. Fascinating thinking of the punishment the glutes would be put under in tending to the vines on the slopes! What hard work! Preparing the terraces and planting in the first place followed by the need ...
Campeggio Laghi Di Lamar - 8 miles west of Trento, north of Lago Di Garda. Sabato Aprile 26th 2014.
After Ferrara, about which much has been said and written, we spent a night in Mantua before settling, for four days, at Campeggio La Palme near Lazise on the eastern coast of Lago di Garda. The weather has been beautiful but as we look to venture further north and into the ...