On Saturday, three other wives and I decided to do a little roadtrip to Asiago. (Yes, it is indeed home of Asiago cheese).
Asiago is only about an hour drive and it was so worth it! It's a smaller town and there's honestly not a lot to it, but I enjoyed the open meadows and cows scattered around. In all honesty, it was like we had driven to Germany or Austria. You'd never even think you were in Italy if it weren't for people speaking Italian.
Asiago view, right by the market.
My lunch: Cheese wrapped with speck( a type of ham from the Tirol region) mushrooms and polenta.
Fence and meadow on our hike up to the WWI monument.
The WWI monument. I have to say I don't know a lot about WWI or the battles fought around our area. Perhaps I should study up.
Meadows around Asiago. I wish I could move here. I miss open space!
We stopped to play on some playground equipment. You're never too old for a playground!
The most awesome Fiat EVER!
This church looks almost exactly like one in Innsbruck. I just love how cute the buildings are here!
Straw people! Of course I had to pose with them.