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... to attempt to capture the incredible scenery that greeted our eyes in literally every direction. Huge towering cliffs - lots of beautiful colors in the rock faces - lush greenery - cows grazing. Just amazing!
The final stretch was rather steep - but you could see this little restaurant way up high on a cliff! Fun to finally arrive! We were hungry by this point and so we ordered a bit of lunch. One table chose ...
... from an old wooden look out and a walk around the area. Wine tasting followed at the outlet next to our hotel and of course a bottle purchased and half drunk before dinner. A check of local restaurants revealed Fischebank which is a Bruschetta specialist cafe. We shared the local special which was like a deconstructed bruschetta with great cheese and a glass of LeGrein. A wonderful day and excited to be setting off for Trento in the ...
... going south. I have attached some proof. Last night we ate at our hotel, which was build in the 1500's, and after dinner they cleared the tables in the center of the room, dimmed the lights and two accordion players start playing old German songs. Every person in the room knew the words to the songs, as evidenced by them all singing along, and ...
... you guess which one we chose?! :-). The path was relatively easy walking - all up. Not all that steep. Eventually, our little road gave way to a path and then a difficult section greeted us - lots of roots, lots of loose rocks, slippery mud .. . . That sort of stuff. I was picking my way up this section - thinking it would be a good idea NOT to fall and wreck my fragile knee . . . Nancy was thinking of turning back as ...
... un-metered and unrestricted) is also included
in the 18 euro/night fee.
We then walked into town and on to the Latemar 2200
chairlift which was a couple of km out of town. Rode up to the very top, had
lunch – rather cool, due to a northerly wind – and walked down. Unfortunately,
as we neared the bottom, the rain started, forcing us to take shelter under the