Garni Lago Nembia
Travel Blogs from San Lorenzo in Banale
... bursts of 5m weather followed by absolutely nothing.
We've noticed that northern Italy feels very different to the southern Italy we left 6 weeks ago. Everything seems a bit calmer and nicer to be honest - maybe the influence of the mountains?
Phoebe's Lake Garda theme revolved around colours. More specifically, asking us "what colour is this" about everything she saw. Even things we'd literally ...
... looking for somewhere nice to stop for our picnic . Given such a lovely path in such a scenic area we thought there would be plenty of options but this was not the case and there wasn't really any nice picnic areas. Eventually we could go no further and we found a table where we could stop and it was a real glass half full/glass half empty type of place. Looking at the table from one end we could see the busy road behind ...
Day 235 4 hrs, 4.9 kms Day totals: 16 hrs, 25.9 kms Finally the gorge widens up once again to a more productive livable geography. Partway up the slopes is the village of Sellero, which will be my last village of the day. From up here I can gaze forward and back to this wonderful civilization I ...
Day 235 1 hr, 4 kms I really enjoy the next town, Cedelogo, a cozy little village sqeezed between the rushing river and a cliff. The city hall looks like a structure straight out of the early Middle Ages--and there's another stream cutting right through the middle of town. A pleasant little ...
Day 235 2 hrs, 5 kms Again the valley narrows to a gorge, and I'm forced to walk alongside the busy highway. Finally, I'm happy to find a side road that takes me to an industrial area at the bottom of the gorge/valley. I'm in the town of Berzo Demo--the "heart" of the town is way up the mountain somewhere, and since I'm on a deadline, and feeling a little lazy, I'm not going up there... I'm going to claim I explored Berzo Demo ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking