Travel Blogs from Badia
... fresh organic mozzarella, and fresh rolls! We also gone a giant apple! We saw a bunch of apple trees for. The train on the way here and I couldn't believe the size of them we saw in the store! Then Sara and pat did a load of laundry while me and David went around town exploring and taking some pictures! It feels so good to be in Italy again, even if half the town is really German/Austian! It's interesting how on a trip like this every little piece of paper or cracker you buy ...
... and helmets fitted. It was actually much more full on and the kids had to manage their own hooking on and off at every junction and it was high above the ground. To end the course there was a really high flying fox which you slammed into a mat on the ground. Corvara is a great place to work on any fear of heights you may have. After swinging from the trees we decided to hike along a trail that lead back to Corvara instead of catching the bus. In the summer Corvara is big ...
... Heiligenblut, Lienz Good ride, sleet and rain at the top of Grossglockener. We did it - no probelms on the GrossGlockner pass and just stunning views. Only sleeting a lttle bit at the top (trying to stay positive!) Found the hotel that my parents stayed in Dobbiaco. Swim,sauna and football for the men before a truely delicious 6 course meal all included in the price. My God, I'm going to become a little fat piglet with all this Italian ...
... low lying clouds. We stopped at the top off the Penserjoch pass for a coffee and the views. There are many travellers on motorbikes and bicycles. The motorbike travellers are all well rugged up as it is quite cold. We checked into our hotel, Grand Europa not far from the Central Train station and wandered into the Old Town for a late lunch. The restaurant we ate at was built in 1390. After that we got on a bus that went around Innsbruck and stopped at the Tyrol Panorama ...
... was placed on Cima Grande in 1915 to light up the Italian assault. The walk today was over 8km but I didn't find it to be a hard walk and even if it had been, the scenery was so magnificent that it would have been worth it - the Dolomites are certainly spectacular. Earlier tonight, at 6pm, Italy played in the World Cup but unfortunately went down 1-0. It was very noisy in the downstairs bar which was really rocking on this Friday night, the Italians do love ...
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Other places to stay in Badia
Via Col Alt 26, Badia | Hotelfrom $192
Via Damez, 64, Badia | 4 star hotelfrom $130
Str. Runcac 8, Badia | Hotelfrom $129
Str. Pedraces, 43, Badia | 3 star hotelfrom $115
Strada Colz, 64, Badia | Hotelfrom $166
Strada Runcac 29, Badia | Hotelfrom $193