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- Continental Breakfast
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... time-- they loved it! We sat in lounge chairs and soaked up the Tyrollean sun and Dolomite views. We went into the mountain house for a sausage, cheese, bread and beer lunch, along with potato chips-- which we forgot mean french fries!! Then back outside to play, play, play. Then we hiked an hour down the mountain which was tough on the legs, but lots of fun too. Sidenote: Brady dropped his water bottle from the lift on the way up, but we found it on our hike down. ...
... she starts speaking English!! The 50 minute ride to Castelrotto (or Kastleruth in German) made everything better for me-- gorgeous, green Alp views with Swiss chalets dotted around everywhere. We climbed higher and higher as my seatmate and I talked about world travels. She couldn't believe that, I, an American, had not been to the Grand Canyon! She told me that I should not tell people that! We had a lovely time chatting; the song "I wanna go home, I wanna go ...
Today we had a sleep in and caught up on some washing. We had a wander around this typical ski resort with its shops specialising in sports clothes, ski gear and hiking boots. There are so many people here, taking advantage of the warm sunny weather - some with their families - and hiking, using the chair lifts or bicycling through the passes. But the most numerous vehicles are motorbikes. Everywhere we go we see signs welcoming bikers, advertising their ...
... and Friulian. It is most unusual looking. There is a heavy Tyrol influence in this part of Italy, in terms of architecture and farm buildings. Everyone has huge barns filled with chopped firewood, hay, skins, room for livestock and I suspect their sausages are hanging from the ceiling. There is so much preparation for the long winter months and it appears that they are as self- sufficient as ...
... grumpy! They offer to get a taxi to collect me and take me to the hotel they have booked, and thus abandoning Lily on the side of a dark road when she has no hazards to switch on. This was not an option I even remotely considered, and told them just that! I've now been out through to someone who can actually speak English and she explains that the low loader is booked and will be with me within 30minutes. He will take me back to the depot and then a taxi would take me to the ...