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... was fantastic and served in a rather posh restaurant. Everyone in here was dressed up extremely smart for dinner and somehow i felt rather out of place as its not really the kind of place for a hairy biker such as myself.
Dinner over and its back to my lovely little hotel room and a well earned rest. After all the travelling recently I could quite well just stay here for two nights and relax but somehow I think i will save that till Venice.
And that's about it for ...
26.10.14 Left Schwangau today and drove through Austria with snow all around us and to the Waldheim Hotel in the Valle Di Casies in the heart of the Dolomites. There is snow all around us but the roads are clear. It is a really picturesque area, not much to do except admire the scenery. We checked into the Hotel and went for a long walk, the Hotel has a restaurant so we will have dinner there. Stayed in our room and played scrabble ...
0K. That was John speaking! We were having a fantastic day! It had dawned bright and sunny. Full sun. We could hardly believe our luck - our last day of hiking in the Dolomites and we were going to have a good one! All ten of us were in for this adventure and we were going high into the mountains one last time! Yea!
We had breakfast and then gathered in the parking lot to head off toward Poza, where we would take a ...
... br> parallel to the main motorway (which appeared to be elevated on concrete piers
most of its route). The motorway was busy and even the local road was busy, Not
pleasant driving. This is a main north-south arterial route.
Stopped at Camping Corones. Luxurious site, with heated
sanitary facilities and a heated outdoor pool, but somehow we did not like it.
Full of Germans and very “ordered” parking.
Rain was forecast for the afternoon, so I was out on the bike as soon as the morning mist had lifted to do half a dozen more passes on a 160 km loop, with a coffee stop at Rocca Pietore and lunch at Cortina (the "birthplace" of that nondescript but popular car the Ford Cortina). The tops of the highest passes were shrouded in cloud and the last 20km were in light rain but it was a great ...