Travel Blogs from La Villa
... with you, you automatically think about how much it weighs, how log you will carry it, and how much is it worth to you. My life is carried on my back right now. Every map, piece of clothing, scrap of food, and souvenir. So I'd thought I'd share of my bag and what I'm currently carrying. About half of this is clothes. I also have some soap bottles for me and Sara (her bag is smaller so I carry a few extra thugs), food, some cords for charging things, and an extra pair of ...
... Just to add to Finlay's perspective of day two. I did have a test drive and yes I was worried about running over cyclists. changing gears was also challening. The roads are so narrow and so winding it was like playing frogger but dodging MAMILs. After my relaxing drive the girls and I thought it might be safer to catch the bus to our next stop. So we jumped on the bus and headed to the adventure park. An amazing ropes Course high up in the pine trees. The girls and I ...
... a great view of Innsbruck. There were some young guys there practising from the ski jump which has been used in the Olympics. From there we traveled to Castle Ambras that overlooks Innsbruck, it was just closing as we got there so we had to be content with having a wander around the grounds. We continued on the bus looking at the sights then back to the hotel for a drink. Walked into Old Town for dinner of Austrian fare with a good apple streudel that DQ has been keen to ...
... took a photo however, to show the keeper but Erika objected. "How are they going to believe us with no proof", he asked and took it. The next day a park ranger of some sort tried digging it up. The weather turned him away but not everyone. The next day some of the most famous mountaineers Hans Kammerlander and Reinhold Messner came to investigate. The body was finally removed on the 23 of September. Otzi was really interesting. The museum was facinating & ...
... shoot done of the property. It was pretty cool to see the drone up close.
This morning we got an early start for our drive to the Dolomites. We drove all along Lake Garda to the top of the Lake and then headed NE for Ortisei. The scenery on the way was breathtaking. Beautiful valleys with lots of vineyards and craggy, gray-white peaks and ...
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