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... as you will see by the photos.
Our first stop is the town of Dobbiaco, or Toblach as the locals would have it. It’s a typical alpine town. We are impressed by the churchyard. Every gravesite is immaculately tended. You can see that no one is forgotten here. There is one monument with two brothers who died in the 2nd. World War.
From Dobbiaco we take the spectacular highway south towards Cortina. The remarkable Dolomite peaks surround us, with ...
... Maranza, located high in the Alps.
The Italian motorways are very efficient, though somewhat expensive by our standards. Cesar gets us into the city centre of Verona and we park in an underground car park, hoping that no one will notice that the car is filled with luggage.
We start off on Rick Steve's recommended walking tour, but we enjoy stopping and staring along the way. British, German, Japanese groups rush by hoping to see all that Verona has to ...
... lunch in a great mountain hut with breath taking views across meadows of cattle and grazing ponies. Check out Kate's Instagram for more photos but here are a few from my own camera, including one of our Italian, Stylish hire car (or similar) and how confusing it is telling it apart from other not so similar genuine Alfa Romeos !!!!!! More on that story another day. Ciao for now !! Romeo & Guilietta 1.6 clover leaf (or ...
... and won't hit a coast again until before we cross to Sweden. Still feel sorry for the Europeans, in that, from what we have seen up until the present, they don't have a decent beach.
Driving north takes us briefly through Italy, then into Slovenia. Slovenia another surprise with bugger all tourists (mostly kayakers), scenery along the Italian border to rival Switzerland, and another clean one. For those who prefer 'the nature', a much preferred destination than ...
... a spotlight - 3 metres ground visibility all around and then fog. By the end of the day he was able to competently ski down a number of slopes blindfolded. Day 6 was our best day skiing as the clouds had cleared leaving a brilliant blue sky and perfect conditions as we explored all of the runs from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. The views of the alps on a clear day are stunning and after 5 days of king, Tish ...