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... that threatened to have us sailing down the lake under full-kite..... A small trip today, just up to the top of Lake Garda (from the bottom) along amazingly picturesque roads that wound along the shore, even if it was quite hard work for the guy on the tiller who had to try to keep it off the retaining wall on the outside and away from the on-coming traffic on the inside. ......There were ......ummm.....quite a few screams, the odd expletive......actually, ...
We rode through the Adige River Valley between two massive dolomite mountain ranges carved by glaciers. Apples, pears, grapes also lined our journey. It was like a picture postcard all the wary, hard to take your eyes off it and easier to keep riding 70kms. The cycle path was flat and long in places and we stopped ...
Today we found Italy! We rode for about 80 KMs and arrived at Aldeno just south of Trento. This is a small town with no hotels. After talking to the local gentleman, who assured us there was a hotel, we found four or five others who assured us there was none. Finally, we found someone who knew of a B&B which fortunately had a last room available. We took it. They served us juice and pears to refresh us. The things that convinced us that we were in Italy were ...
... However after about 5 hours we arrived at Trento. As we got closer the huge mountains became evident. This town is north of Verona and as north as we have been in Italy. Besides starting to look more Germanic, the mountains were beautiful – Trento is in the valley. It seems a wealthy agriculutural/ski resort with evident manufacturing. However, it is very clean and well cared for. Our Hotel Adige is lovely and we have great views of the mountains with a spacious room. We were ...
We managed 88 kilometers today, mostly along old railroad grades along a river. We know we are in Italy, but it still feels like Austria. Most people greet us in German and Wiener Snitzel is easier to order than Tortellini. We finished the day in Appiano just southwest of Bolzano. At some point these Italians will begin speaking and eating Italian if ...