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I'm on the way home now. All the adventures are over. After the last scary one that’s probably a very good thing. This morning I left Cortina my home of a week to drive the two hours to Venice to drop off the car and catch a train via Verona to Innsbruck, Austria.
As it is my last mention of Cortina, I should correct the observation my blog made a week ago when I said Cortina was smaller and lacked the ...
We had intended to leave our hotel in Augsburg early as we had planned to travel to near Fussen to have a look at the Ludwig Castle which was the inspiration for the Disney castle. The combination of a beer/wine and a big dinner as well as a reasonable day in the saddle culminated in an unexpected sleep in so we set off a bit later than anticipated. Although the road to Fussen was classed as a highway it was a lovely ride nonetheless as we swept through ...
Monday 29th June
Welcome to Austria
We left Italy on Friday and travelled across the Brenner Pass in to Austria. Leutasch is just north of Innsbruck and not far from the German border. Leutasch is beautiful. It is a valley at about 1000 metres altitude with pretty little villages dotted between meadows. Towering ...
Looked around the quaint town of Leinz, had a gellato, walk and toilet stop, looked at the ruins of the Berg Reinsveld castle.
Moved on into Italy and the Dolomite mountain region and into the town of Cortina d'Ampezzo, the Olympic skiing resort, had lunch in a lovely back street cafe, coffee, panini and rum, wunderba. Purchased a top at …
... Come on, come with me". I think their was a bit of racial profiling, as a lot of Caucasian people were not asked including jen and I. In the train continuing to Austria, a short stop in Innsbruck, and several more police on the platform. Hmmm The we hit the German border. More police came on the train, asking some more African people who had been by the first sweep. At least they tried to make it seem less like profiling, asking the ...