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Day 3 Cortina d'Ampezzo
Today we will be travelling "The Great Dolomite Road", rated as one of the most scenic drives in the world.
In this part if Italy we have noticed that all place names and signs are in Italian and German. In fact, the whole area looks more like Switzerland and Austria than Italy. Called by the locals as Süd Tirol and by the Italians as Alto Adige, this area was annexed by Italy after the Great War of 1914/18. To be honest, it still seems to ...
... closed and will only open for dinner at 7:00pm. Life in Italy seems extremely relaxed. We coast through the pretty lakeside village of Malcesine, as see a “aperto" sign by a modest roadside restaurant (without a lake view). We screech to a stop and Cesar confirms that they must be the only restaurant, other than McDonald’s, that is open at this time in the afternoon throughout the region.
After an excellent lunch we continue along the lake to ...
First my appology for the delay between transmissions. Due to very slow internet, I m only able to post every couple of days and I'm not too keen on the format of this journal app either. So we left Verona at a leisurely pace on Monday morning, taking one last walk round the Piaza signori. Picked up are stylish Italian steed (or similar) and set of to the eastern shores of Lake Garda, thanks to my expert navigator we arrived in ...
... poor although we did get to see some brilliant ice structures and an underground water stream. By early afternoon visibility on the glacial surface was still pea soup quality but we still decided to get some experience skiing in low visibility conditions. While Tish left early to make a massage appointment, Andrew persisted on the slopes until 4:30 pm. His experience was much akin to skiing in the ...
After three glorious summer days skiing on the Hintertux Glacier a cold front moved through the Austrian Alps during our day 4 leaving us with some tricky skiing in white out conditions. At one stage we were lost in a cloud with 5 meters visibility in all directions but somehow managed to find a marker pole which directed us down the run. By the afternoon we had retreated down to the lowest runs on ...