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Travel Blogs from Solda
... br> After cleaning up and we headed off looking for that nights parking spot.
To tell the truth I can't even remember Plunds where we ended up, I'm sure when I check out the photos it had some highlight but who knows. All I can tell you is we are now in Austria.
You can't even see the border demarkation line, all you can tell is the price of diesel changes.
Oh now ...
... bumps read!) We met a couple of Dutch men who had a
life size cardboard cutout of their friend who couldn’t be there as he was
getting married! There were about half a dozen people walking about carrying
oxygen bottles on their back as it is over 2,000 metres high. Some were smoking
at the same time – duh!
Not content with getting that high, there was a steep walk
up to a cafe high above the ...
... through her hometown, St. Mortiz. The town of St. Moritz has become a popular high-end vacation destination as evident by the abundance in storefronts adored with expensive Swiss watches or boutique designers. It was the last official day of Spring, and all of the big hotels were preparing to open for the Summer season the next day, but today the village was still quiet and peaceful. Chatrigna reminisced as she showed me where her home and school were before we called it a ...
... amazing. The road was slippery and it was not until we were nearly at the bottom that the snow stopped falling. The curves were tight and Greg had his hands full avoiding the traffic that was coming up as were going down. We got off at the bottom, wiped the snow from our helmets and waited for Chris. He arrived about 20 minutes later – dressed in his wet weather gear so we guessed that ...
... very slow as the road was extremely slippery and we feared there could have been icy patches as the temperature was close to freezing. Safely in St Moritz, all we wanted to do was have a toilet break and get back on the bikes to get to our destination as soon as we could. The rain did not let up for the whole day, but at least it proved that the newly purchased (35gm) wet weather suits were effective protection from the rain.
To get to Livigno ...