Bio-Hotel & Residence Kaufmann
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... our next lift at Passo Pordoi. This next lift carried us and another 65 people crammed in each cable car up to the most amazing view at Saas Pordoi, almost the highest point in the Sella Group. As we climbed higher we could see some Rock climbers on the cliff face... It made our via Ferrata look like a walk in the park! We could see below us the winding zigzag path to the top which we were sure Binny and Laura would probably use ...
... letting the water run off very well, there was so much in such a short time it was forming puddles in dips in the roof. We did what we could to fix it and retreated to the luxury of the caravan to play Uno and congratulate ourselves on not being in a tent! As we peered out the window at other people who were tenting with a river in the middle of their tent we felt very smug with our dry caravan and a nice cup of tea. Until... ...
... to show that in front of Ellie! Some sections were actually pretty tricky... Graded 3 out of 5 ... Not bad for first timers!! She was very glad we had gone with a guide and we hadn't tried to attempt it alone. The view at the top was great and we enjoyed a hot chocolate in the cafeteria before walking back down to the Cable Car and zooming back down to the village. Via Ferrata completed and new Hunt Family Sport ...
... everyone else has all they need except me... A bit like my trousers getting left behind in Sri Lanka....I mean don't worry, it's OK, I have some hot sweaty leather shoes that I can wear to walk round Amsterdam! Steph; (silence and a bit more silence followed by some apologies and still wondering how on earth such a thing could happen?) So this is why we stop at a sports shop and purchase some very nice but slightly overpriced ...
... Toll Roads the hills were not so dramatic but the engineering of the bridges and tunnels was pretty spectacular! Over the Brenner Pass, Steph even got a sign at the border this time, and then a long descent down into Italy towards Bolzano-Bolzen. The scenery was stunning with Medieval castles and terraces growing vines. The temperature got hotter as we came down into the valley to 32degrees when we stopped briefly at the Service ...