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Travel Blogs from Valles
... Had a nice ride through the alps and towards the end the clouds and rain disappeared! Making it a wonderful evening. On the train we also met some university professor from Texas that was teaching in South Korea. He had just done a pilgrimage in Spain and had been traveling around since. He was nice and we had a good time talking with him. When we got to Bolzano we checked in and went to get dinner. Me and Sara got some prosciutto crudo (apparently crudo means raw ...
... Just to add to Finlay's perspective of day two. I did have a test drive and yes I was worried about running over cyclists. changing gears was also challening. The roads are so narrow and so winding it was like playing frogger but dodging MAMILs. After my relaxing drive the girls and I thought it might be safer to catch the bus to our next stop. So we jumped on the bus and headed to the adventure park. An amazing ropes Course high up in the pine trees. The girls and I ...
... Heiligenblut, Lienz Good ride, sleet and rain at the top of Grossglockener. We did it - no probelms on the GrossGlockner pass and just stunning views. Only sleeting a lttle bit at the top (trying to stay positive!) Found the hotel that my parents stayed in Dobbiaco. Swim,sauna and football for the men before a truely delicious 6 course meal all included in the price. My God, I'm going to become a little fat piglet with all this Italian ...
... low lying clouds. We stopped at the top off the Penserjoch pass for a coffee and the views. There are many travellers on motorbikes and bicycles. The motorbike travellers are all well rugged up as it is quite cold. We checked into our hotel, Grand Europa not far from the Central Train station and wandered into the Old Town for a late lunch. The restaurant we ate at was built in 1390. After that we got on a bus that went around Innsbruck and stopped at the Tyrol Panorama ...
... gave different information in small amounts about things like his medical issues (he had alot of them) and his tattoes, which weren't ornamental but acupunture and pain relief. They were in the wear and tear parts of his body. They could also tell what his last meal consisted of. His last meal consisted of red meat and grains. Otzi was lactose intolerant and weighed about 50kg. He now weighs 15kg. Otzi was approxiametly 45 when he died and about 1.65m tall.
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet