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I spent two weeks in late September in Toblach, a small town in the Dolomitic region of northern Italy. The Dolomites are a jagged mountain range unlike any other in Europe, whose sheer cliffs and deep canyons have been formed by natural processes taking place over the last 300 million years. More than once has the range sunk under the ocean, only to resurface changed, and more unique than ever. Toblach and the Dolomites were also the home of ...
We crossed the border from Slovenia into Austria with no formalities, just a wave through. The little alpine villages and steep mountains of Austria were just like postcards. The Grossglockner Road is one of the famous alpine roads. It's 48 kilometres of winding road climbing to 2571 metres above sea level before descending down the other ...
we descend the massive cliff edge someone pointed out some little red thing on
the cliff. This little red thing turned out to be a climber. In fact there were
a few of them!! Mad or what?? They were on what looked like a really flat cliff
edge and about 1000 metres above the lower edge of the mountain!! I don't often
say it but that lot are more mad than even myself ;-)
back down at base I went back to my bike and got rid of all ...
... I picked one and of course it meant heading all the way around this daft traffic system for a 2nd time.
Off i go again and as I am heading around this system i see another hotel and so pull up right outside and go and enquire about a room.
Sure enough they have rooms and better still they have secure underground parking!!
However getting to this underground parking was another dream of madness in this town!! Of course on arrival one parks up right in the parking ...
... hole, which threw Rob over his handle bars, sending him off the bike and skidding on his belly across the bitumen. Luckily there were no cars at that moment, and the cars that banked up after the incident waited until Rob picked himself and his bike up and unsteadily found his way to the side. Also luckily Rob had lots of layers on today due to the cold so things could have been worse, but he ...