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... area, and fossil structures of coral reef built upon themselves to form islands. As a result, the Dolomites has one of the highest densities of fossils on Earth. These islands continued to build upon each other due to the fluctuating sea level around them. The mountains were rebuilding themselves. The sea level eventually evened out, and sediment began to settle, filling in the water and creating a large plain.
150 million years ago, ...
... see anything at all in this sudden darkness.
Finally my eyes adjusted and I could see the white lines on the road.
As i exit this tunnel a wonderful burst of sunshine hit me in the face. This was the summit tunnel and here at the south side of the pass the weather was much better albeit a little windy.
With the cloud almost all gone I was able to enjoy these twisty roads much more than before. As today was to be a historic cars race day over the pass ...
... with an angry welt on his hip. In other circumstances we'd have have sit down and had a restorative chocolate biscuit - if we'd had any - but it was pouring so much and we were too cold so Rob just pulled himself together and we journeyed onward. The rest of the trip was without mishap and we arrived at Pieve Di Cadore to find our luggage had arrived and our room was ready. We were pathetically ...
... nice hotel where Rob said to the lady, Parle L'Englese? She replied Si. He replied, 'Bewdy' at which point she just looked on, bemused. As we were in early and no one else was around, we took advantage of the pool, spa and sun baking in the garden area until about 5pm when the shadows started catching up to us and Rob finally woke up/stopped snoring. Headed to town for some paninis and a stroll around. It's a fairly small ...
... paths, except that we headed up and over a hill, which left us at the bottom of town, when we should have been at the top. At least we were close, so we had ourselves a hot chocolate as we had a 250m climb over a km to contend with. The map showed a shortcut, while the GPS followed the road straight up and then did a big switch back. We took the short cut. The short cut ended up being about a kilometre, straight up a massive hill, through someone's farm. ...