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Hiking in the Dolomites, Italy in 2020

jonathan

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As we've probably told you, we really like Baden Baden: I see from my notebook that we've stayed there at the beginning of 9 of our 11 Ostuni road trips!
A shame about the weather (both in Südtirol and for that return journey): driving the Autobahn in heavy rain is never very nice. But it was lovely to see your photos of the Seiseralm & Ortisei: nice memories of our time there quite a few years ago now.
Welcome home! And while I certainly wouldn’t want to be in Trump's America right now, I'm not sure that we're doing very much better over here... (whoops - is that too political for SE?:garlicman: )
 

Pauline

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We made it home at 8pm Saturday night after 12 hours on the road. The autoroute in France was empty. The Chunnel area was not busy but we managed to read a sign wrong and spent 30 minutes driving around that area of shopping malls and not finding the Chunnel. Roads home were good.

Photos of food things we hauled home.

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From Switzerland: rosti, muesli, alpine herbs, linzertorte, cookies, cough drops, toothpaste.

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From Italy: dried porcini, pesto, pasta sauce, honey.

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From France: olive oil, salt, toothpaste. We stopped at a natural foods shop in Abbeville on the way down.
 

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