Travel Blogs from Solda
... one off bathroom. We had fresh snow on the surrounding mountains overnight from a storm. After a nice brekkie we did a walk parallel with the river on Via Milano to a little town called Premadio. We kept going and after walking up to 1280m then decended back to the main township. We decided to drive the Passo Gavia during a light snow fall on top of the pass at 2652m. During our stay we developed a real soft spot for this area and would love to return with our bike ...
... if it is possible to be both those things at the same time. It didn't seem too hot as the humidity was not high but I do have a sore little toe on my left foot. The views were spectacular and I will let the photos do the talking. The path was good for the most part but very narrow and right on the edge of the mountain, looking down to a deep valley and of course there were no fences. The ascent part at the beginning was easier ...
... on the opposite side of the river to Melag. The scenery was peaceful and lovely and we passed cows and goats along the way. We then went to Reschen for lunch after seeing the bell tower on St Peters Church that was all that remained visible of the town of Graun, a town of 1000 people that was demolished for the Reichensee Dam in 1950. Next stop was to take the Watles Chairlift to Seven a Hutte for a short walk with spectacular views, before returning to the ...
... room is maintained at -6c and 98% humidity to match the conditions in which he was found. The local hospital has a cold cell on standby in case of failure at the museum. He was 45 years old, give or take 5 years, which was old by Copper Age standards. He was murdered by an arrow head to his left shoulder and died from loss of blood (making it the world's oldest known cold case murder). He suffered from diseases typical of modern ...
... built along the roadside--but overall a feel that I'm gradually leaving civilization behind in the valley far below. Actually I'm relieved that the uphill climb isn't as tiring as I'd thought. And then, all of a sudden, a cozy little village of Corteno Golgi, with narrow winding alleys with flowers bursting from the balconies overhead... people out and about--some shouting out greetings from the balconies to those down in ...
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