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sliding towards the edge of the cliff. Thank goodness for me the tyres finally
found their grip and all was once again under control.
then on I sat miles behind these trucks and really took my time.
there was roadwork's and we all got stopped at a set of temp traffic lights. I
pushed my way passed these three trucks and as I passed the 2nd truck there
under it was a huge pool of diesel. It was running away down the street. ...
... times. There are many ancient ruins in this tiny Roman town and we found most of them on our bikes. It was good to explore and surprisingly busy. I have been trying to post an ad on Gumtree to sell the beast for the last few days with much frustration as it won't post. I've finally found out that its from their end and they have technical issues so I've wasted a few hours writing the same advert out several times as there is no way to save it. Lucky I'm not on a tight ...
... was being difficult and hiding in many clouds that day.
From the Gornergrat, we rode the train down one stop to Rotenboden, got off and began to hike down the mountain with Riffelalp as our destination. The day was cool and cloudy but many lovely views. Before a stop at Riffelberg for lunch, we had the chance to view, fairly upclose and personal, a couple of parasailing instructors with their clients, suiting up and taking off ...
... on the terrace watching the clouds play around the summit of the Matterhorn, we retired to our rooms to....guess what? The same views as the balcony. Awesomely amazing! Wednesday and we woke early to watch the Matterhorn in all its glory begin a new day. Leaving the hotel at 9 we boarded the train (the first of many modes of transport for this day) and rode the GGB Gornergrat-Monte-Rosa-Bahn to Gornergrat, 3,089 metres above sea level. Here there is a large platform ...
I woke up again to a deluge. Sigh! The plan for today was to drive into Italy, to the other side of Mont Blanc. Nice! It was about a 45 minute drive in the rain and through the (very impressive) Mont Blanc tunnel. This engineering masterpiece is a 12km long hole through a mountain. It took us 11 minutes and 40 seconds to get through. Unpleasant scenery, though. On the other side, we drove alongside a river to ...