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... does not support vegetation as does the rest of the Alps. This gives them a stark and rugged appearance. The roads which are the favourites of thousands motorcyclists motorcyclist were constructed during WW I. Although the speed limit on the pass roads is 50km/hr, it is a local race track for riders. Today had been a very enjoyable days riding and I felt tired but very content. The evening meal in Corvara topped off a great day, as we swapped experiences over the meal ...
... balcony to observe festivals,
tournaments, and other events that took place in the square below.”
And seeing I was in Austria there were two things I couldn’t resist once I’d changed out of my sweaty clothes, firstly a large and cold stein of the local lager, and how good was that?. Then I did the tourist thing of having a dinner of Weiner schnitzel, and it wasn’t bad either.
... are absolute experts at road engineering which kind of makes our roads look like goat tracks but I digress. We eventually arrived in Innsbruck however due to a technical difficulty (read wrong address in GPS) got completely lost attempting to locate our hotel for the next two nights. At about six pm we checked into the Stefenbruck Gastehaus, had a quick shower and dinner and crashed for the night. The next morning after breakfast we headed into town by bus ...
After many days of churches and historic towns, today was all about fun at the beach.
Following some early shopping, we set off to Portonovo beach on the Conero Riveria. It is a very isolated beach with stunning scenery all around it.
The first thing to do upon arrival is go to the ticket office and hire an umbrella and some deck chairs. The water was definitely warmer than ...
Looked around the quaint town of Leinz, had a gellato, walk and toilet stop, looked at the ruins of the Berg Reinsveld castle.
Moved on into Italy and the Dolomite mountain region and into the town of Cortina d'Ampezzo, the Olympic skiing resort, had lunch in a lovely back street cafe, coffee, panini and rum, wunderba. Purchased a top at …