Travel Blogs from Rio di Pusteria
We set off early on Saturday morning from Colfosco. We took the gondola up from Corvara 1,568m to Crep de Munt 2,152m and then the chair-lift up to 2,502m so that we could start a high level walk contouring the Sella Gruppa mountain.We passed by the Franz Kostner Rifugio ...
Before catching the train to Bolzano we had a lightening trip to the Uffizi museum. Just overwhelming...masterpiece after masterpiece. The Italians love their sculptures. We are now in Bolzano which is such a cute town surrounded by the Dolomites, near the Austrian border. Probably a bit like Jindabyne, except ...
This can be an easy 21/2 hour walk one way or a day walk returning to where you started taking the full day.
I suggest that you start in Passo Pordoi 2239m walk the 21/2 to 3 hours along trail 601 with its breath taking views of the Marmolada to Lake Fediai (lago de fediai) 2043m. Next you walk over the bridge to Rif Dolomia where you take the chair/ cage lift up to ...
We arrived in Bolzano at 830 pm and were treated to a traditional Italian meal which took 2hrs to complete the courses. It is rude to hurry you in this culture. Some of the boys had trouble sitting and this offended the waiters as it was a sign they did not like the food. We had never tried prosciutto and both Beau and I enjoyed it. Our room over looks the main square and we can hear the great music as we lay in bed ready ...
It was a beautiful drive from Verona to Vipiteno. Rolling hills of grape vines. There seemed to be church steeples and a castle every community along the way. I enjoyed that they used every bit of space and the rows of wine grapes were not straight. This would drive Jeff crazy but it made me smile that others farm like me. The boys played an U16 team, ages 11 to 15. They ...
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