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... the Bormio side and straight away I knew I was in for a hard climb. It is 20 km long but the problem was the slope. I was working hard and part of the climb was 14%25. The climb was breathtaking, with tunnels of dripping water and waterfalls and high barren peaks. I stopped at the 10 km mark for water and supplies and was basically stuffed then. Pushed on however and then glad a very quick stop another few kms along to get warmer gear on. The last few ...
... ready, es geht los !
The first steps in the water were surprising as we could't feel anything, nothing cold in fact. It slowly manifest itself as we started sinking into the river. We quickly arrived near the first drop. Stefan, as professional as pedagogue, belaid us one by one. Everything went smooth.
We went down the river for two hours and a half. Our last abseiling was the most technical and impressive one ...
... having spent 24x7 with the kids for 6 weeks. After getting the feel of the place and jr trying out every activity on offer, we opted to leave Eddie for a few hours and take jr on a bike ride. What a ride…to learn just how out of shape I was. Sean had jr on the back of the bike and still had to stop for me. However, I can’t imagine better scenery to get in shape to and we spent the rest of the week biking every morning through the mountains. By the ...
... was fierce fighting here between Austrians and Italians. After WW1 it was transferred to Italy and then in 1938 both Hitler and Mussolini agreed to send the German speaking population back to German ruled territory. During WW11, thousands of people were relocated and straggled back after the war. In 1971 The International Court in The Hague gave the province autonomy within Italy. Now I am back from my walk and invigorated ...
... they tend to look after their departed. Also running through the village is the source of the Adige River. High above the town there is the 12th century Klost Marienberg which is the highest Benedictine monastery in Europe at 1340m. It is a big building but there are only five monks in residence Then we were off for our first walk where we drove to Melag and walked about 3km up to Melager Alm (1970m) where we had a coffee and some had strudel, then ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center