Dolomitengolf Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... With our robes and swimsuits on...and with great trepidation we entered the adult zone, naked area only.
We were the only ones there. It was desolate. Just the two of us!
We swam, we sat on the lounges, we drank refreshments and we had a sauna, we had a steam. Most importantly though, we never took our swim suits off!
Suck it nudists/Europeans! We had a spa day too!
Love to all!
... lit up, everything lit up, and huge crashes of thunder rolled over us as the rain beat down. The tent did its best, even with us inside, to lift off its pegs. I've never been in a tent under such a storm. It was fantastic. After about another hour of crashing, banging and funky light shows, and with no signs of the storm abating, we both snuggled up to sleep, earplugs muffling the worst of the apocalypse...which, let's face it, is no worse than either of our ...
... today. Straight into Austria (the border was a handful of miles from Fussen) we discovered a stunning country neither of us ever thought we'd visit. I remember seeing it from 30000ft flying to Greece many years ago and it had the wow factor then. Nothing has changed. It's incredible. Mountains everywhere and somehow so neat and tidy, despite the logistics of clearing up on slopes at ridiculous angles. And the lakes, being fed by snow that must come hurling down the ...
... We have formed a habit of downing a cold beer after each ride, and the great thing is that the places we've stayed in have often had a small bar by reception....it's almost like each hotel has a welcome drink for us!
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Amanda, Roelof, Debs & Ron
... to my challenge I returned via the high route which I loved, but it was a bit hairy at times.
Apparently several bloody battles during World War I took place on the Cime di Lavaredo because of its strategic position so close to the Austria-Hungary border. Italy was allied to England and France and declared war on Austria-Hungary in ...