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... next to a river with old wooden houses around us and icicles lining the wall at the side of the road. Above us, going over the valley was the autobahn, stretching into the distance and missing all the beautiful nature we were seeing.
The drive went well and the weather was perfect, no crazy snow storms this time, in fact there is no snow in Lienz at all. We made it to Lienz and on the drive into town passed some archaeological ruins which ...
... en route but it was a waste of time.
Finally into the town of Lienz and its time for a coffee and a look at the
Coffee shop found and looking at the maps I finally decided to take the 107
road north which would be a kind of farewell run over the Alps and its also kind
of taking me in the right direction to home.
Coffee drunk and off out of town I head. Before long I am making my way up
a rather steep road which is hugging the edge of a mountain and is ...
... So up we went anyway. I had a few good photos and the walk we did was great.
Then the next day we visited the most touristic place in the area called "Tre Cime" this rock formation is 3 huge pipes sticking vertically up almost scratching the sky. One can walk around them there are "refugio" houses where one can get a place to overnight and get warm food and so. However this morning was ans well cloudy and our walk was not starting with the best views. On can park the car at ...
... was magnificent Leonie was very happy to be on the flats Had a great evening drink with the locals and others in the Marktgasse which is held every Friday and Saturday. After we went for dinner and then back to the hotel. P.S On the way to the first pass we encountered. Tractor Fest- all old machines which are shown, they also had a festival and the following day were driving these machines up the ...
... br> parallel to the main motorway (which appeared to be elevated on concrete piers
most of its route). The motorway was busy and even the local road was busy, Not
pleasant driving. This is a main north-south arterial route.
Stopped at Camping Corones. Luxurious site, with heated
sanitary facilities and a heated outdoor pool, but somehow we did not like it.
Full of Germans and very “ordered” parking.