Steve visited Roman Ruins Museam at the foot of the hill we stayed on, while Corinne went shopping. Oh I could have spent money all day! The town is full of clothing designers, interior designers and all the cool and trendy people. Its just so pretty!
Leaving we started heading up to Lake Guada, the largest of the italian lakes. We took the locals route to the lake past about 50 prostitutes! We have never seen such a sight in all our travels (well except out the back of Rome where the Ford dealers where). Steve thinks the Verona/Lake Guada prostitutes were better looking)! :-)
We went via Sirmione which is a cute little fortress town full of touristy but cute shops. Got our second parking fine! Decided that was unfair so we tore it up! The first was in Cannes where we squeezed our bus into a Gogomobile sized parking bay up against a high hedge and the inspector didnt notice we were right hand drive (we had the ticket over the drivers wheel where we normally put it)... We should get that one wiped when we post the bill off with the paid ticket, but the rest we decided will go to the address we dont live at in London that the car is registered to (the previous owners previous address) all because they didnt give change on their meters (nasty - and expensive)... Parking is a killer in Europe, and even harder when every underground carpark has a hight limit usually of less than 2m!
Anyway the drive was magnificent (as I digress into parking). There are ferries taking people back and fourth, holiday makers driving away from northern Italy for the weekend, and ice on the mountains behind! A magnificent sight!
Spent the night just at the edge of the Italian/Austrian Boarder...