We used our last Honeyfund this weekend to go to Cinque Terre in Italy. Every time we take a road trip, we are in awe of the beauty of Central Europe. I wanted to share a pictorial recap of the drive.
Immediately after leaving Geneva, we drove through the French Alps. Here, there were a few signs of Fall but we don’t see it as strongly as we do in The States.
We entered the Mt. Blanc tunnel and emerged in Italy, surrounded by Italian Alps in the Aosta Valley.
We drove through tunnels in 3 countries: Switzerland, France and Italy. Italy had the most tunnels, as we traveled on the Ligurian coast which is covered in mountainous terrain. In total, we completed 119 tunnels during the course of the 6 hour drive.
The exit our GPS instructed us to get off on was closed, so we had to take the next one. We ended up on curvy Ligurian roads in the Cinque Terre forest. The location was so remote, we had to do a little road clean up to get there.
While a six hour road trip can be a little tiring, we are really happy to have had such a neat journey.