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... Mass was quite the experience and we were so glad to be a part of it. We then changed clothes and walked over to a chair lift to ride to the top of a small mountain, Mason braved the lone ride to the top, which was great because we would have missed out on so much fun if someone hadn't rode alone! Thank goodness for last March's ski lessons!! It was instant smiles at the top!! There were slides, a zip line, playscapes and animals!! The kids fed the goats almost ...
... she starts speaking English!! The 50 minute ride to Castelrotto (or Kastleruth in German) made everything better for me-- gorgeous, green Alp views with Swiss chalets dotted around everywhere. We climbed higher and higher as my seatmate and I talked about world travels. She couldn't believe that, I, an American, had not been to the Grand Canyon! She told me that I should not tell people that! We had a lovely time chatting; the song "I wanna go home, I wanna go ...
Today we had a sleep in and caught up on some washing. We had a wander around this typical ski resort with its shops specialising in sports clothes, ski gear and hiking boots. There are so many people here, taking advantage of the warm sunny weather - some with their families - and hiking, using the chair lifts or bicycling through the passes. But the most numerous vehicles are motorbikes. Everywhere we go we see signs welcoming bikers, advertising their ...
... We weren't the only ones attempting the Pass in the wintry conditions. We saw many cyclists (on bicycles) riding up and down the steep and slippery mountain roads, and of course there were the ubiquitous European sports cars hugging the corners of the twisty hairpin corners. We then rode to the Dolomite mountain range and crossed over at the Passo Stalle - an extremely picturesque single lane ...
... was, and no sooner had he looked at it than those 2 little lights came on! Typical! However there was still a problem as the windscreen wipers were not working and in this heavy rain I needed them! So I left Lily with them and set off to the salt mines, having agreed to collect at 3pm. The salt mines were in walking distance so off I went. I bought my ticket, and had an hr wait until my entry time, so I started typing up this blog. As I was waiting I got a call from the ...