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... Massive ravines and turquoise blue riverlets at the base. We managed to find our way over the causeway into Venice. Hello Italy!!! OMG! The hotel parking was a great intro to the Italisn way of life! We had to go in the exit- yes that's right ! Boom gate ? Don't worry just pull over, cause a massive traffic jam! Give us your car keys- no way says Marky! We finally get in through the exit and the dodgy brothers who run the car park have cars jammed ...
... is an advantage if one speaks the language, luckily I do speak a bit so we could order a glass of wine and some food which was just great, the taste incredibly fresh and the wine was just local but great.
This was the only place in the village where actually one could wine and dine, so we were the only tourists, surrounded by the locals who were already checking us out from the moment we stepped in the place.
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... charm to it. The people running it are absolutely amazing too. They do everything they can't o make you feel welcome and at home. Only one of the people in Jorge accommodation speaks English and as a result I have been pulling out the German. I can tell you now, my German is horribly basic! Haha but (to give myself credit) it is really hard to speak German when in Italy and everyone else is speaking Italian. ...
... our destination. All I can say about today is, I am very grateful for the help of the lady, for the gentleman that gave up his seat for me and for the two young men that gave up their seats for these two people. Jess and I would not have made it to our destination without the generous nature of all of these people even if the two young men only did it out of frustration. I guess these guys names can be added to the list of unknown soldiers that should be remembered ...
... Road also reflects the material advance of the people: in the early years, the motorcycle - as the poor man's car - accounted for up to a quarter of the traffic; 1955 was the highpoint with 47,500 motorcycles (26% of the traffic); in 1968, only 2,071 motorcycles were to be counted. The number of motorcycles on the Grossglockner High Alpine Road then rose by 2003 to over 76,000. However the road was in the wrong direction it was heading East and I needed to head ...