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Travel Blogs from San Candido
... the shopping in Cortina is just fabulous and not a "chain" store to be found. Really worth the drive to this super chic resort.
The one downside is that it is crowded. We are in high season and German school Holiday is going on now. Add to that the fact that the Dolomites have not had this much snow since 1951. Minor complaint and it sounds like things will clear out next week.
... drive away.
The shows in Brixen however did not reflect the niceness of our accommodation. I have never met ruder children!! Oh well - I guess they're teenagers!
We had a trip up to Ploser, approx 2500m high and the views were stunning!
Off to Innsbruck on Thursday where we will be joined by boyfriends, girlfriends and family!! So ...
We have crossed the border! And now we are staying in Italy for 1 week before heading back to Austria.
The part of Italy we have arrive in is an area which caters for both Austria and Italian. It is often referred to as South Tyrol. Very strange talking to the locals as we weren't sure which language to try and speak in! I think a mix of all 3 would suffice!
Bruneck/Brunico is a lovely small town surrounded by beautiful mountain ranges and a ...
... in the afternoon the next day, we got a cable car halfway up the mountain to have a drink in the sun. It was surprisingly hot up there and we stood without our coats on! We wanted to go on an Alpine Coaster but sadly, it was closed due to heavy snow :( Off to Italy (South Tirol) now!! ...
... I head but unlike last year when it was bitterly cold it was not quite as grand this time and the reason being is all the trees still have their leaves on them and you cannot see through the forest.
However once above the tree line the road up the pass is spectacular with mighty high cliffs and mountains all around. Sure enough there is the wonderful old arched bridge hanging on the cliff which leads into a curved tunnel which is simply curved out the rock.