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... closed for a religious festival so no bargain-hunting was done.
Plan B involved a few stops for scenic photos (Lago di Livigno & natural hots springs just outside Bormio), but the main attraction was driving the Passo della Stelvio (Stelvio Pass), which is a mountain passage through the Alps. The top of the pass is 2,758m above sea level and it has been declared the best driving road in the world by the Top Gear television show, in part because of ...
... those hills. Torture! Livigno is an interesting town. It was suffering from poverty so they decided to compensate for its isolation in a little pocket of Italy near Switzerland by making it a tax free zone. So we wandered the streets when we arrived and looked at the high class duty free stores. We got Mark some excellent running shoes, special sports socks and some aftershave - just in time for his birthday on the ...
... this pass a number of times with Charly and it never fails to thrill me. The first part is a series of fast hairpins with good radius and great tarmac. Then comes a rocky and narrow section as the road clings to the side of the mountain with vertical cliff walls rising high above. Finally another series of broad fast hairpins to the summit and a selection of good cafés and restaurants.
We spent one week in this cosy and special hotel. We planned every evening with the owner of the hotel where to hike the day after. And every time it was a special experience. We saw a lot of mountain lakes, deers, flowers and the owner one time came with us explaining all about the area: history, geography and bothanic. There are a lot of things to do: clibining, rafting, hiking, MTB tours and mcuh more. ...
... these roads in the big van! I took hundreds of photos of the road and surroundings as well as every time we glimpsed the boys. Sometimes I was handling my camera, Richard's cameras, Annabel's new camera and my iPhone to record this historic event. (For which Richard is very grateful!!) Other than the climb and descent we had a coffee at the small 1/2 way point as we waited for them to get a bit ahead of us. We met them at the top of course and Richard ...