Travel Blogs from Lienz
... we headed off towards Italy. It was raining really hard for the entire drive and about an hour and half from Forni, we stopped again (we had stopped there on the way to Davos a few weeks ago) at a great rest stop for cake and cappuccinos. I had an excellent poppy-seed sponge cake topped with raspberries and a raspberry whipped cream. Megs went for an apfel strudel since she was on the hunt for the best strudel. We were looking forward to a relaxing stay in ...
... hair everyone seemed to have back then!
The next morning we headed off around 10 since we had about 6 hours of driving to reach Davos. The visit was much too short and we were glad that we could come back for a longer one in a few short weeks. We set off with Tan in the front this time so that she could have a better view. It was quite grey and many of the mountain peaks were clouded in, but it was still ...
... Dolomiti massifs Sorapis and Antelao. This route is recommended for experienced mountaineers only. Numerous sections lead along secured fixed-aid climbs amidst steep walls, and many easier climbing passages are present. Despite its difficulty, path no. 4 is not overly demanding, since the path is located above the treeline for the most part and it does not feature huge differences in altitude.
Stages: 8 -10 days
Length: approx. 80 km
... pass was even more dramatic – whilst the road was wider, the mountains were snow covered and we took a walk along the trail above the glacier which was dramatic as well – we quite happily spent most of the day along the road – and then headed off into ...
... football supporters so no surprise there that they were acting like bunch of
After sitting outside in the sunshine eating breakfast I loaded the bike and
set the satnav up to take me over the border into Slovenia.
As Croatia is not yet destroyed by European Union it meant I had to show my
passport to get into Slovenia. The officers here were rather confused at my bike
reg and also my passport!! I suppose they don't get many folk ...