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TripAdvisor Reviews Arlbergerhof Vital Weissensee
Travel Blogs from Weissensee
... amp; Herzegovina. Not an enormously innovative route by the standards of many, but still something new for us and a chance to share our experiences with others.
Along the way we will take a few photos and see what we can see to tell you all about. Hope you enjoy the trip with us!
To set the scene, we have included a few photos from last year's trip.
... from above and the scenery was disappearing from view, so 3 of us decided to head straight back to Bovec. Somehow we managed to get lost for a while and ended up on a tiny road that took us into Italy and then turned to dirt. We finished up getting back to our hotel about 15 minutes later than the rest of the group, but it was good fun. We abandoned our plan to ride up Mangart Mountain as it was shrouded in ...
Cycled east from the campsite, in Obervellach, to the
nearby lake, Pressegger See, then on to Gortschach and Vorderberg. Looked at
the Naturbad at Vorderberg and then cycled back Moderndorf and Hermagor where
we had a well earned “triple scoop” of ice cream each at the Patisserie/café in
the town centre. Quite a long ride in all. Both tired.
... was magnificent Leonie was very happy to be on the flats Had a great evening drink with the locals and others in the Marktgasse which is held every Friday and Saturday. After we went for dinner and then back to the hotel. P.S On the way to the first pass we encountered. Tractor Fest- all old machines which are shown, they also had a festival and the following day were driving these machines up the ...
... signs because they have a dramatic impact on the alpine economy in the non-skiing season. As we pulled up for lunch the bike belonging to the guy who had been tail-end-Charlie for the trip decided to develop an electrical fault and refused to proceed; so it and it's rider had to get into the backup van for the rest of the day. I volunteered to don the yellow reflective vest and take on his role, tagging along at the ...