TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Jochele Falzes
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... a look out for ice is vital.
As if all the ice was not bad enough the road ahead is closed and a diversion has been set up. This diversion is a long muddy road through a field. Trying to ride this muddy road in darkness was simply hell to say the least. I stopped one of the locals and asked directions to the hotel and he informed me its about 500 yards on my left and sure enough it was.
This hotel is simply magnificent. It has heated pools and saunas the lot. ...
... around the mountain peaks and we knew it was time to book it down - before we took some pictures, that is! :-)
We made record time getting down - and found the cable car just waiting for us. Raining rather hard by this time . .. Good to use the raincoats we have been carrying around with us this entire week! We loaded the vans and headed for the hotel, with only one stop at a sports store, where several of us ...
... the hotel - but some of us wanted to check out the shops in a nearby town . . . So we headed off once more! Back to Laurie's pink pants store! Jojo loved these pants and decided she needed a pair for herself! Watch out for the photos! :-)
Cyndy, Dave, and Colette also found some bargains .. Now - we have an hour until happy hour. Yikes! Have yet to shower or even glance at my pictures . . . Oh well . . .
Time to leave Valle Verde. Decided to give Austria
another try as we are hearing that the weather has improved. However, with low
cloud this morning, there is little point in going over the high Dolomite
Decided to go north through Moena and then west over a lower
pass to Bolzano. As expected, the low cloud made for little viewing of the
Went north to Bressanone but stayed on a ...
... br> River. We only made it as far as the first set of cascades, and it little
further. The cascades are in deep (very deep) limestone gorges and, to view
them, involves walking a stretch of a vie ferrate. The view down into the gorge
when crossing the Ponte Outo was amazing. Chickened out of the vie ferrate and
went on across a further bridge, after which the path became precarious.