Here’s the headline for this report: We’re eight days in and we’ve driven east through France, then into the Swiss Alps and we’re now about to enter northern Italy. No big disasters (we fell over once on Day 2:) and given everything leading up to this; all’s well as we figure out what/how/where to do this trip. We only touched the Alps as a 6-day storm is just about to happen, so we decided to skip the rest of the Alps and head to Italy ahead of the rain. Maybe.
Here’s what it looked like.
The Loire Valley
Lake Geneva/ Thonon-les-Bains
A Touch of the Swiss Alps
I’m finishing this post in Verona, Italy. Tomorrow, if all goes to plan — and what does? – we will continue to head south toward Croatia.