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... forward to it. As it is a main road I know it will be busy and of course slow going tourists and grannies.
Sure enough I was right and the traffic is plodding along at about 50kph. Its a long queue of cars as far as I can see and simply not even worth trying to get passed them. However this is Italy where road rules are simply unheard of by many foolish drivers and the number of near misses I saw on this road were simply unbelievable. Blind bends and a solid white line ...
0K. That was John speaking! We were having a fantastic day! It had dawned bright and sunny. Full sun. We could hardly believe our luck - our last day of hiking in the Dolomites and we were going to have a good one! All ten of us were in for this adventure and we were going high into the mountains one last time! Yea!
We had breakfast and then gathered in the parking lot to head off toward Poza, where we would take a ...
... you guess which one we chose?! :-). The path was relatively easy walking - all up. Not all that steep. Eventually, our little road gave way to a path and then a difficult section greeted us - lots of roots, lots of loose rocks, slippery mud .. . . That sort of stuff. I was picking my way up this section - thinking it would be a good idea NOT to fall and wreck my fragile knee . . . Nancy was thinking of turning back as ...
... 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.
... or two before returning to base.
Drove the motorhome into town, parked and took a bus from
the bus station to Passo Falzarego (2110m). From there, we took the cable car
up Lagazuoi (2750m). The views were incredible. From the top station/refugio,
we walked higher, up to the top of Lagazuoi. This whole area was the Austrian
and Italian front line in WW1 and ...