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... out are from roman times. There was also a haunted castle. I was surprised how big the town is, I was expecting more of a little village but its actually more of a city. We have a nice little apartment here which looks out over the mountains so we got settled in for the day and then had a walk around in search of food. Unfortunately they had a public holiday (maybe advent ending?) so we ended up getting food from the servo.
... 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 ...
... planning to make in the following 4 days while we were staying there.
we even got a tip from the owner of the place to go visit the "Museum in the clouds" 20 min drive from there. First we descended in the valley then we climbed up on the other side all the way till the road stopped. From there we got into a bus (tickets 6 euro one way) and got onto this old military road going up into the clouds. It was morning but that day the mountains were shy and were hiding behind a veil ...
... 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.
Well, Bolazano is a bilingual city, both German and Italian speaking, but a lot of English too. After a 5 instead of 3 hour train journey we arrived in a very sunny, muggy but windy environment. The only thing to do was to to sit in Walther Piazza, people watch and eat and drink as we hadn't in many hours. Eager to try the South Tyrolean cuisine we went to a brew house for tea which was recommended and ...