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Narrow Roads of Garda Italy

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4 thoughts on “Garda Italy #WordlessWednesday #Photography”

    • I totally agree with you Linda – it’s such an awesome place to visit and we had a ball when we did our motorbike trip through Italy. We were fortunate to have a friend, (Italian) as our guide so we saw so many places that the normal tourist would not know or get to. He also prepared the most awesome dishes for us, as we never stayed in a hotel, so we prepared our own meals.

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    • We had an awesome and outstanding motorbike trip in Italy. Yes, those roads are extremely narrow, and it’s not possible for two vehicles or even motorbikes to pass each other. There it is one by one and nothing more, but we had a blast going through there and seeing the buildings and history. Would love to go again, but alas that will not be possible. Anyway, not on a motorbike as we sold ours and feel not fit and vigil enough to do it on a bike as you do need to be on the lookout not only for yourself but everyone else on the road.

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