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... no less, by concentration camp victims in the second world war) and out the other side we chanced upon a duty free store (fags and alcohol are stupidly cheap here) where we could purchase a monthly Slovenian vignette for 30 euro and breathe a sigh of relief at not having to worry about being stopped by the cops and fined more than is humanly reasonable.
Overjoyed, we had a coffee and a **** to celebrate. Then it was off down the mountain to Bled, armed ...
... we are. My only quibble is those ski slopes...with trees cut down creating scars for human playgrounds. Returning back into Austria (we didn't do any detours, look at a map, this is just the shape of the borders) we came back into ski Sunday scarred territory but it almost seems churlish to make the point because the rest of the scenery is so immaculately kept, so beautiful, so dramatic. And so welcoming too. Tomorrow we head into the (can it possibly be?) even more gorgeous Slovenia. Can't ...
... amazing and when we got off at the top we walked along some of the tracks. There were many mountain walkers as it is there summer time activity and they walk up and down mountain tracks all over the valley. We only did a short walk just to get a feel of the area and the views. The next day we went up one of the mountain roads to the Zamser Dam. There is a glacier at one end and the water here is a turquoise blue. ...
Day 26 I was up at 6am to get ready for our 8am start. We had 278km to travel today to Corvara Italy, crossing 6 mountain passes. Today was described as D Day in our guides. Our inexperienced rider had been persuaded by the tour leader not to ride with the group today. He would follow a less mountainous route using his GPS. I therefore volunteered for "tail end Charlie" again. Hopefully to ride at my own pace and enjoy myself. We headed South East from Pontresina to Bernina ...
... left in the tank ... "Just peddle softly, I will help you! Yup ... The magnificent one pushed my silly ass up hill for about 6 k, just enough to easy my suffering and give my legs a little time to recover. He's awesome ... So yeh I would have quit at 115 k if I was on my own. I get a massage in an hour. Now Leslie was impressive on the 55 k route. Look at her results . name Leslie Eckland bib 1212 city CAN-Powell River category 55km Donne/Frauen 55 anni e oltre start time ...