Travel Blogs from Arabba
... road was very tortuous. They measure the degrees in the turns and the smallest was 4 degrees which is a very tight turn while going up the mountainside. The motorcyclists here are crazy. I have renamed them "mosquitoes" since they bear down on the car, buzzing and then zip by and cut right in front of the car. Then of course there are the bicyclists who ...
... to Bolzano (if you are speaking Italian) or Bozen (if you are speaking Austrian). As we are still in Italy I will use Bolzano. don't know why they don't just decide on one name for the place but this double-naming is quite common in this part of the world. Although we are in Italy, it would appear that most people speak Austrian and the architecture looks more Austrian. We even had a meal tonight in a brewery that was much ...
... the winter snows. I was disappointed by the heavy layer of clouds that covered the Dolomiti but in awe of their scale and grandeur. I frustrated Brian by my frequent requests to stop to take photos but it is hard not to. I have resolved to return to see them in their full summer splendour. But that is for another time
So take the drive with us to the most easterly point of our journey - Venice!
... teach us more: http://www.caravaggiogallery.com/painti ngs.aspx Our 2 trains today took us from Bolzano to Verona, a 15 minute transfer, and then on to Venice. It was an easy 20 minute walk to our apartment and Laura, the owner, met us there at 4:10pm. She was full of tips about what the locals do, where to eat, find markets, and grocery stores. The accommodations are excellent and she was charming. She told us to be nice to the elderly couple ...
... east towards Verona and then north through the Adige Valley to Bolzano. The Alps we drove around still had a thick blanket of snow, just like the Matterhorn that we had seen on our trip from Briancon to Cannero.
We are planning to drive the Stelvio in a couple of weeks time and are hoping that the road will be open by then. We check the internet regularly for updates but it is still marked as ...
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