Hotel Villa Fosine
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... track ...like a cafe and that's it ... Gelato and a water and I'm heading home to put my feet up for a bit. Got a hot date tonight !! So glad I decided to put my power walk of the lake on hold this morn !! Oh and my mother tells me I went to Mt Hotham as a kid and saw snow ...well gotta say ..can't been to memorable as I can't remember I thing about it ....snow ..one would think that would have some kind of impact on ones memory ...
... sad. The gear cable is fraying, the paintwork is all chipped and scratched, the handlebars are rusting and there is a hole in my
saddle. I think it is time for a new one but after doing a bit of research on
the internet, I feel a bit overwhelmed by all the different styles and the prices.
Friday 19th July
We really need to brush up on our navigation skills. We planned a walk today and within 15 minutes of starting out and some ...
The weather is a bit thundery and rainy today so we didn't rush out. When it looked like it might brighten up we had a walk around the lake. It is only 9 km’s in total. We pondered on how much a house on the lakeside might cost and then moved on to where you have a house
if you had the option of owning three houses anywhere in the world.
The walk took us through the little village of Mezzolago. It has lovely small paintings on the walls of ...
... it can be bottled! No wonder it is so expensive! We then had the chance to taste all the varieties they produce - it was delicious!
We then headed out to Maranello, stopping for a peek at Pavarotti's grave site, then arriving at the Ferrari factory. There were crowds of people about - also lots of Ferraris in the streets as well - it's a very popular tourist attraction. Sally had mentioned that they offered rides in the cars - at a cost - and as soon as we got our ...
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 ...