This weekend we drove up to lake Iseo in north of Italy to check out The Floating Piers. It's a site-specific installation by Bulgarian artist Christo, consisting of 100,000 square meters of yellow fabric, carried by a modular floating dock system of 220,000 high-density polyethylene cubes making it possible to "walk on water"
Who thought that one art installation would be so popular - there were tens of thousands of people trying to reach the piers resulting in a chaos in local transportation and traffic. Eventually we gave up and just enjoyed the view of the piers from above.
Driving alongside the lake we ended up in a small village called Marone. Perfect for a afternoon swim and coffee! A spontaneous trip at its best!