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... than but it sure makes one realise just how massive these mountains really are.
Finally I just had to force myself away from this magical balcony. Sitting in the hot sun here was just magical but as I had many miles to cover I thought I better get on my way.
Onwards down the last few thousand feet through the town of Tirol and beyond until finally reaching the main SS38 road to Merano.
I remember this road from previous trips and was certainly ...
... IPad and I was well beaten by Jenny as is mostly the case. No Wifi in the room but it is advertised so will ask about it. Was not too interested in the TV show which had naked men and women dancing with a block of concrete. Went down to the Restaurant for dinner, it was a four course meal, the other couples walked out when finished, I was confused. I waited for the waitress and asked how does dinner work, do you add it to the ...
I heard of Ötzi the Iceman over 20 years ago. He is a "wet" mummy found in the Italian Alps in a highly preserved state, with all his clothing, weapons and belongings. Over the past two decades, forensic science has improved, and newer methods have been applied to learn a great deal about him. It's silly to go into it hear, since the details are published, but it was always a goal of mine to visit ...
... chat a bit more about regional identity here in Sud Tirol "Some people get all worked up about the identity thing, only wanting to speak German" one of them tells me "We see it as an advantage: we are citizens of Italy and citizens of Sud Tirol. We speak both Italian and German--and that allows us many more opportunities. We can go study and work in Germany more easily if we like--and that's where the jobs are right now" ...
... the heart of the city, with its lively pedestrian street full of tourists... gellaterias... a large cathedral... a little castle on a hilltop and a lively stream running right through the city... another pedestrain street with classy carved bushes cut to look like a piano, a guy on a bicycle. Yep... I've left the rustic charm of the Alps behind and back to the more sophisticated grandeur of urban Italy. But I will go ...