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... 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 ...
... my order and everyone
found it very amusing when my pizza arrived – tomato sauce base and “French
Fries’ on top – it looked like the ultimate kids choice of pizza and not what I
had imaging at all!!
Malcolm dropped Laura and I at the Residences des Alpes
where we will stay for the next fortnight. When we arrived the 3 storied
building looked empty and deserted, so we went to the local pizzeria and they
suggested waiting ...
... Heiligenblut, Lienz Good ride, sleet and rain at the top of Grossglockener. We did it - no probelms on the GrossGlockner pass and just stunning views. Only sleeting a lttle bit at the top (trying to stay positive!) Found the hotel that my parents stayed in Dobbiaco. Swim,sauna and football for the men before a truely delicious 6 course meal all included in the price. My God, I'm going to become a little fat piglet with all this Italian ...
... had a
bad run and came 11th - wore
the wrong shoes and keep sliding around.
We headed back down the mountain where Greta and I cooked
roast chicken for dinner and I made blueberry muffins for desert (actually
blueberry cake because we had no muffin trays!) Everyone enjoyed the fact that
we had an oven and could cook an ordinary meal that wasn’t pasta or pizza.
Apart from all the walking we will be doing in Venice, today was the last walk of the trip and we originally thought that there would be several options from 4km to 14km. Ron and Jan stayed with the vans and ten of us started off at Rifugio Auronzo and began the walk to Rifugio Lavaredo, passing the St. Mary the Virgin of the Peak Chapel at the Tre Cime di Lavaredo. Built in 1917 in tribute to the 17th Bersaglieri battalion, each July there is a mass in memory of ...