It had been a little while since being in the big smoke so a visit was well overdue. However, I didn’t quite do my homework and managed to pick the same day as the Brexit people’s vote March. To say it was busy, was a massive understatement!
We left sleepy Cavalese in the morning and made good time in the Panda. There were some epic winding mountain passes that would have been fantastic in a decent car. The Panda made it to the bottom of the mountain.
As the Ski Jumping was finally over, it left us with a full day and we were definitely wanting to do something fun. I’d read about some sort of snow theme park called Latemar Montagnanima which looked awesome!
In the morning, we went for a mooch around Cavalese. It’s a quiet little town with cobbled streets in the centre. After a while, 3 minutes of our very long walk we decided it time for a pitstop. From the windows, KiKi bakery looked spot on and boy it delivered!
I’ve never been to Italy despite it being such a popular country. So when I heard the Ski Jumping was going to be there, it was definitely on the cards for sure. The flight to Verona was straight forward. In a 2month old plane, it rocked up in 1hr 45mins & we were through passport…