Travel Blogs from Falcade
... fresh organic mozzarella, and fresh rolls! We also gone a giant apple! We saw a bunch of apple trees for. The train on the way here and I couldn't believe the size of them we saw in the store! Then Sara and pat did a load of laundry while me and David went around town exploring and taking some pictures! It feels so good to be in Italy again, even if half the town is really German/Austian! It's interesting how on a trip like this every little piece of paper or cracker you buy ...
... and helmets fitted. It was actually much more full on and the kids had to manage their own hooking on and off at every junction and it was high above the ground. To end the course there was a really high flying fox which you slammed into a mat on the ground. Corvara is a great place to work on any fear of heights you may have. After swinging from the trees we decided to hike along a trail that lead back to Corvara instead of catching the bus. In the summer Corvara is big ...
In 1939 Ken and Elsie joined the Yorkshire contingent of the international motorcycle touring club's tour of France, Germany Ken Fri 27th June bob,Bruno 285km Vienna 15:30 - Oblärn 20:30 Mürzzuschlag, Mariazell, Liezen Nice roads up the Mürz and down the Salza rivers. Helen direct with Berenger in the car. Looked after by B&B. Ken Sat 28th June bob,Helen, Bruno. run 4.7km 254km Oblärn 11:00 - Dobbiaco (Toblach) 18:00 ...
Goodbye Italy, here we come Austria. We set off mid morning to travel to Innsbruck via the Penserjoch pass and the Brenner Pass. We travelled through many tunnels some better than others. We were going through one tunnel and 2 trucks were approaching each other both had to stop and manoeuvre very carefully as neither had room to reverse, there would only have been cms between them. It was a great drive through beautiful green countryside, scenic mountains, flowers, cows, ...
... quite cool, but overall very pleasant. The three peaks of Tre Cime are Cima Ovest 2973 metres above sea level, Cima Grande 2999m and Cima Piccolo 2856m. Climbing these three peaks always offers a challenge to rock and mountain climbers and some were out there today challenging the peaks - that is something they can have on their own. Several bloody battles took place during World War 1 around these mountains and there are tunnels within the mountains. An ...
Other places to stay in Falcade
Via Fioita 2, Falcade | 3 star hotelfrom $83
Via Pineta 23, Falcade | Hotelfrom $59
Corso Italia 14, Falcade | Hotelfrom $81
Via Veneto, 11, Falcade | Hotelfrom $39
Dolomiti via Garibaldi 28, Falcade | 3 star hotelfrom $116
Corso Roma 10, Falcade | Hotelfrom $91