- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Babysitting service
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... because it was -1 out. I wore a sleeveless base layer under one of my long sleeve cycling jackets under my street jacket, plus a skullcap to cover my ears, long sleeve gloves, my jeans over top of my cycling shorts, and finally I kept my street pedals on so I could have warm shoes. After all this there was still times I was a little chilly! It didn't matter though, because the ride was unlike anything I've ever seen.
The first forty kilometres was mostly ...
... and images of St Leonhard, the healer of working animals. It is pretty amazing, although I couldn't help but think if only the cows could talk - "hey, there are those crazy humans taking pictures of us hoofin it down the road with these ridiculous weeds on our head as we **** at their feet...". I couldn't get over how packed the street was - it went on for at least a mile. When we got to the end of the mile there was a gondola heading up (oh good, I won't have to walk up that) - and ...
... of the region. These mountains, while still remarkably sheer, are eroding. And they will one day be gone—just like their predecessors, 250 million years ago. This is no tragedy: the cycle will start anew, and new mountains will rise again. As I climbed through the mountains, I saw clear examples of the region’s history all around me. The sheer, carved cliffs shown below are examples of the pushing and grinding of the continental ...
... these locations in the past. The houses are huge, often with massive barns attached which must have housed provisions for you and the cattle for the winter because presumably once it snowed that was that until it thawed in a few months. It must have been tough.
We have really enjoyed Italy; again. Tomorrow we head for Austria, the bit we missed last year.
... evidence that he'd been in a fight as his hands were cut badly. We thought it was odd that he wasn't robbed, his axe looked really valuable and his clothes were very carefully made - why would they have not taken these?
By the time we left the museum the sun had come out and the Dolomite mountains looked fantastic. We quickly drove north, up into the hills and arrived in Castelrotto in time for a quick walk above the hotel to admire the scenery. ...