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... with all my winter gear on to keep cool and even had to open my jacket to let some cool air in. The heated grips had been switched off long ago.
With the weather so good I decided to make the most of it and raced along this wonderful winding road through the green valley surrounded by mountains.
However this race track did not last for long as I seen signs for "Agordina Mountain". I had heard about this mountain and its wonderful pass roads and so now ...
... seemed so fast now after all the slow riding through the mountains these last few days. On exiting the m/way I pay my 3 Euro or whatever it was and head for the town of Cortina which is way the other side of some wonderful passes in the Dolomites.
It’s a long winding road all the way up this pass. On leaving the m/way the temp was a wonderful 16 Celsius and I was way too hot so the cool air up the pass was really welcome but soon it was to get extremely cold.
... apple trees laden with fruit, at least we think that's what they were. Bell chimes every hour I think, will know doubt find out tonight. Will go up cable car again tomorrow and then bus onto Saltria, unsure really as can,t get any other info than in rick steves Italy book, tourist information is closed. So will check Internet, bloke at our accom,lucky, he has been the only one to speak English to us so far. See what ...
... upon. Lunch and Landy were our lucky talismans yet again, as they enticed another new friend bearing indispensable advice. A jocund fellow who had journeyed from somewhere in between Cologne and Frankfurt told us how enamoured he was with the English habitation of Birmingham, in particular with the pub crawls and mobile urinals which it proffers (neither of which he had experienced before). I have never visited this Birmingham but did feel that ...
... that?? There was a point that the houses stopped, there were no green anymore but yellow grass and there where concrete walls everywhere....yes this is passo sela, the rocks pass, this is gonna be the hard part. All this area looked to me like a battle zone that was abondoned a few seconds before, it was quiet outside only the sound of the wind...my hands and legs were shaking I have fear of heights and this is exactly not the place I want to be in, but I have to be strong, so I ...
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