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... keeping us comfortable in every way.
The tap water is ice cold, originating as alpine snow. Our clothes lie on cast iron to dry. Our time here is extremely easy on the soul. Captivated by the pure air, majestic mountains, and simple living, our stay is extended by two nights; replacing the next large city on our itinerary.
Late in the evening, I warm myself in front of the hot cast iron stove. Yellow flames flicker behind ...
... and North American plates drifted apart, opening the Atlantic Ocean for the first time. As a result, the Dolomites were plunged underwater once again. They remained there for almost 70 million years, until the African and European plates collided, forcing the earth’s crust upwards and raising the Dolomites one final time.
For the past 80 million years, seasonal wind, water, and ice erosion has taken its toll on the ...
... realise why I could not find that restaurant. The top of the peak was slightly covered in cloud and finally when the cloud did decide to move right there behind this peak was another massive peak with snow on top. That snow covered peak was the one I was looking for. This one in the foreground was just a little hill in the valley.....although it was not so little!!
Back to the bike and I set up my cameras for the days trip.
I had planned to head for the wonderful town ...
Day 18 - Pieve Di Cadore to Vittorio Veneto 72km It was another cold, wet start to the day, so we layered up for our ride down out of the Dolomites. We could see snow only a hundred metres or so above us on the mountains and there was a fair bit of discussion as to whether it was snowing or raining so it was definitely cold. The GPS was directing us along imaginary streets again but we found our way down through the ...
... 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 ...
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