Hotel Catinaccio Rosengarten
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... 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 ...
... and hikers. In the winter it is a skiing wonderland. So there are great hiking trails and really well signed. So we walked along this gorgeous stream and the girls took shoes off and played in glacial water. Brrrrrrrrrr!! Then the girls thought they would pick me some flowers. So sweet! Marcella walked into the beautiful field of flowers and came out screaming. She got stung by stinging nettles!! The hike became a lot harder very quickly. I made it home by using the gelato ...
... 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 ...
... by a fatal arrow shot in his left shoulder. Otzi had been X-rayed many times but the scientists failed to recognize the arrow head in his left shoulder, causing his death. They eventually found the arrow head in 1992 and came to the conclusion some time later that he had been murdered. I was amazed at how well he was preserved. If you are keen to find out more about this amazing humanity, look up Otzi the Iceman Wikipedia. It will have everything! By for now from ...
... 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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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service