Ancona, Italy – England

We rushed this part of our 24 week adventure around Europe, simply because … We wanted to stay in the sunshine until as late as possible!!!…

We arrived in Ancona at 8pm on Tuesday 23rd October after being on a ferry from Igoumenitsa Greece for 18 hours.

Our, not so comfy bed…

We drove for about an hour, heading north before finding a place on the side of the road to spend the night.

The next day we headed for Trento to take Alf (our dog) to the vets to get the tapeworm medication and to have a health check. This is needed within 24 hours and 5 days before returning the U.K, the passport MUST also be stamped and signed by the vet.

(Read Alf’s European Adventures – our BIG mistake!!!  to see what happened when this wasn’t done correctly).

Animal Care Trento is the name of the vets we went to, it cost €35.00.

We then met up with our two close friends who took us to a hidden gem set up in the mountains with a view over Trento.  If you find yourself in Trento it is definitely worth going too, the food is delicious and the view spectacular!!

The next day we set off at 8am and drove until just after midnight, stopping only for quick toilet and food breaks as we wanted to be in Düsseldorf to have breakfast with friends the next day.

We drove through the beautiful alps, the views were absolutely incredible and I’m sure we will be back another time.

The next day we said farewell to our friends and headed for Calais to return to England, we booked with Aferry.

Our journey cost us:

Fuel – €250.00

Tolls – €65.00

Ferry – £134

I’m sad that this adventure is over but I know it won’t be long until the next….

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