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Re: Where's (the) Wally? [Re: M3W55] #659637
01/09/20 07:36 AM
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I have to see Neuschwanstein. Its on my list for September.
Stay safe and enjoy your great trip!


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Re: Where's (the) Wally? [Re: M3W55] #659721
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Also a little blurred - taken from a vibrating M3W.

Re: Where's (the) Wally? [Re: M3W55] #659723
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Great photos. I love Italy

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Re: Where's (the) Wally? [Re: M3W55] #659769
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Nice Road Trip
Thank you for pictures...


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Re: Where's (the) Wally? [Re: M3W55] #659783
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I swear, being on this forum makes me think I need a Passport to be looking at the videos and photos. It is a wonderful travelogue. Thank you all.


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Re: Where's (the) Wally? [Re: M3W55] #659788
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Italy is always a great country for road trips.

Picture 4: Lucca and the Torre Guinigi with the trees on top - a gorgeous city.
3rd picture: Lucca, Duomo S. Martino
Last pic: Fortezza Vecchia, harbour of Livorno

General advice: watch out for "traffico limitare" signs. I received penalty slips even two years after ignoring them.

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Re: Where's (the) Wally? [Re: M3W55] #659794
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I had a lovely time around lake garda 3 years back ( sadly without a morgan). Off-Season is a treat. If you can take the Strada della Forra and visit the roman villa in Sirmione. There's plenty of fun spots around the lake as well but I won't spoil too much :-)


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Re: Where's (the) Wally? [Re: The Austrian] #659820
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Originally Posted by The Austrian
I have to see Neuschwanstein. Its on my list for September.
Stay safe and enjoy your great trip!


It is definitely worth the visit and the little village at the base used to have a wonderful place to eat - excellent local food and I have good memories of eating a hearty meal, with a side of spätzle as it began to snow outside.

M3W55 - great photos and looks like a superb trip.

Re: Where's (the) Wally? [Re: The Austrian] #659844
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Originally Posted by The Austrian
@M3W55

Italy is always a great country for road trips.

Picture 4: Lucca and the Torre Guinigi with the trees on top - a gorgeous city.
3rd picture: Lucca, Duomo S. Martino
Last pic: Fortezza Vecchia, harbour of Livorno

General advice: watch out for "traffico limitare" signs. I received penalty slips even two years after ignoring them.



And watch out for the bus drivers that turn out their lights at nigh as they approach a corner in the mountains so they can see other cars coming! That way they think they can take both lanes more safely... A trip from Rome across the Apennine mountains to Ascoli Piceno was the most terrifying ride I have ever been on. More scary than riding down a jungle road in a jeep holding my machine gun a just the driver knowing that the enemy had just shot up a convoy a couple of hours earlier.


Stephen
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