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... as you will see by the photos.
Our first stop is the town of Dobbiaco, or Toblach as the locals would have it. It’s a typical alpine town. We are impressed by the churchyard. Every gravesite is immaculately tended. You can see that no one is forgotten here. There is one monument with two brothers who died in the 2nd. World War.
From Dobbiaco we take the spectacular highway south towards Cortina. The remarkable Dolomite peaks surround us, with ...
... biglietti, remember?), we find we are stuck in a traffic jam. There’s no way out and we move forward inch by inch. Looking to the right we find traffic on the old highway zipping past. When we finally arrive at the next exit we vote if we should stay on the motorway, or take the old SS12. By one vote we decide to exit. A fortunate decision, as we see the queue go on and on all the way to Trento.
We have lost a lot of time in the traffic, and its now ...
... at the hotel around 6pm and settled in,Castelrotto is a picturesque town, more Germanic then Italian and overshadowed by the mighty "Scilar" (it's a mountain) at 2450 m. We have spent the past 2 days walking in and around the hills near to Castelrotto, Kate experienced her first trip in a cable car yesterday and her first "tinkle" in the woods today ! Our hotel Cavallino D'Oro is very nice and the staff very ...
... magnificent views of the local Dolomite Mountains and to the snow capped Alps to the North. A glass of wine and a local apple strudel, while viewing all this, made a great afternoon tea and then we caught a cable car back to the city - again with views of Bolzano and the the beautiful vineyards surrounding it! Later when we returned to Riva Del Garda we dined at a restaurant overlooking the little harbour by our ...
We left Innsbruck on....umm...what's today..? ...I think it's Saturday 23rd, so it must have been Friday 22nd I think.
We have been trying to stay ahead of the rear-guard onslaught from a horde of German holiday-makers who began their holidays yesterday afternoon, amid a national train strike....
Anyway, we headed out over the Brenner Pass after checking to see that it was open as they had closed it due to snow 2days ...