Dolce Vita Family Chalet Post Alpina
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... practically on the border - so we'll be visiting places in Germany and Austria and driving between the two. E is really looking forward to the next stage of the trip, as I have promised to take him on a Sound of Music tour - he'll love it..... especially the sing-a-long bit ...
... day walking with a picnic up in the mountains. Our legs hadn't quite recovered from yesterday's hike - but once we had warmed up, from the climb straight up from the car park, we were fine. Thankfully we didn't loose the path too much this time - so managed to get the whole walk done in the daylight !! :) - yet another day of amazing views - fab ...
... the hills - the size of which were the equivalent to Ben Nevis in terms of height !! So needless to say we were aching once we got back this evening, and knew we would sleep really well !! The photos don't really do the scenery justice. We have decided that the Dolomites are one of our favourite places for this trip :) and we are so glad we came here if only to experience the area for a couple of ...
... and figured I would go find my first taste of real Italian pasta. They had a sitting area outside and as I was examining the menu a women walked up to me and started speaking Italian. After a few exchanges it was obvious neither of us spoke even a little of the other language (theres nearly zero english in this area of Italy) and this was really the first time in my life I’ve experienced such a drastic language barrier. With some motions and hand language I ...
... in some routes, like the Paternkofel (a peak near Toblach in the Dolomites), you even use them to ascend to the summit. These are called Klettersteigen, or fixed "climbing-routes". In the ascent of the Paternkofel, you climb through a tunnel used in WWI for almost half of the ascent.
The Dolomitic and Tiroler regions, while in Northern Italy, are split almost 50/50 between German and Italian speakers. The area ...