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Travel Blogs from Soll
... begins via numerous hairpin bends amid towering mountains, many bearing pockets of snow. By this time, the road was busier with not just cars, but also dozens of motorcyclists who must have been in seventh heaven, and cyclists powering on under their own steam in the rising temperature to fulfil a challenge of stamina and determination. At Edelweiss-Spitze, one of several parking areas serviced with eating places, gift shops and information points, we ...
... finally reached the other in-operation chairlift, and finally found somewhere we could have lunch. It was more of a proper alpine restaurant rather than a quaint hut, but we were just happy to have some food. I had spinach ravioli, and Jess had a platter of various sliced meats, cheeses and bread. The walk back to the chairlift we'd come up on was only about a 20 minute return along the main path, but across it were two thin sticks of plastic - one from each side ...
... used to be, so she could feel the water pooling in the bottom of them. Of course just as we got back into Kitzbuhel we got caught in roadworks, but fortunately I was able to sneak up the inside of all the stopped traffic so that didn't delay us too much. When we got back to the hostel I had to leave my jacket outside because otherwise it would have dripped water all through the place. Tomorrow is going to be fine, so it should dry out OK. We changed clothes and went to the ...
... from Ravenna, both Jess and I were wondering how we'd ever survive a 5.5 hour trip - but I rejigged the way I pack the bike which gave Jess more room to slide back, which gave me more room as well, and it worked out really well. We checked into our hostel, "Snow Bunnies". The owner, a New Zealand fellow, is hilarious. I'm sure he uses the same jokes on every guest, but they're funny so I won't hold that against him. On the door it has a sign that checkout time is 11:00, and that ...
... offer a variety of bratwurst and knackwurst with the best sauerkraut I have ever tasted, half roast chickens, mackeral on a stick and lots of cakes and pastries. The beer steins are humongous! We sit at a long picnic table with several other groups and take in the scene. On the walk out we see that while most attendees drove their cars, some showed up on tractors and horse drawn wagons.
Mike and Andrea drop us off in the early evening and ...
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