Hotel Al Pelmo
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... motorway. And we had no vignette.
This was where the sat nav was of its last use. It got us to within a few miles of the border, on B roads. Then, not knowing what counted as autobahn and what didn't, we were scarily on our own. For about 20 miles we skirted the border, unable to get in. Then we took a risk, a 400 euro risk, on an A road that we knew, from our map, led into Slovenia.
As it turned out, we were fine, not fined. But before we knew we ...
... get, I guess, from a rich country that doesn't have to rely on taxes. The Brenner pass is a huge elongated concrete skyway..which we avoided because we didn't want to pay the toll. All this meant was we drove underneath it through amazing steep-sided valleys until we ended up in Brenner itself, a sign on the side of a shop perfunctorily announcing we were in Italy - and that was the only way we knew. Little changed. The whole area through the Dolomites is a weird conjunction of ...
... rocks go for miles and miles. The ski lifts go right up over the rocks and are so high off the ground, the ride would not be for the faint of heart. The rocks are a white and light brown color with little to no vegetation on most of them. From below the jagged rocks look razer sharp so I can't believe what they would look like up close.
It was quite cold at the summit with another ski lift going even higher to the tip top ...
... days riding and with the image of Stelvio still fresh in our minds, Costalunga just felt like a windy road. However, the motorcycle traffic was increasing and they all road these roads faster than our group. Heading North East we traversed first Passo di Sella , 2244 meters https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sella_P ass them Passo di Gardens, 2136 meters https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gardena _Pass We stopped to view the stunningly different Dolamites. The carbonate rock of ...
... out him I would not have finished ... I was ready to give up 5 k for the nasty summitt, call the InGamba support wagon to haul my silly ass home ... The magnificent Eros had a better idea, just a couple more k's and we can stop for a beer ! Oh it was so good. Next at about the 115 k mark, so only 23k to go, I was done, call the meat wagon haul me home, nope , "you come this far, you will finish " only 7 k's to the top, and than long down hill to the finish .... I was ...