Mair Am Ort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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After an uneventful drive, we arrived in Bressanone(Brixen) in the evening, just in time for some home cooked food prepared by friends, followed by a game of cards played with an interesting deck of cards. Hoping for better weather we went to bed with the aim of reaching Belgrade the following ...
Wow wow and more wow - my Roman mantra. It was an unbelievable city that I am still dreaming about. If you want the short story - stop reading now and book your ticket for Rome - you won't regret it!!! If you want to find out how I conquered this city read on and enjoy... What makes Rome so brilliant is its history. We all know about the ancient Romans but you don't fully appreciate their empire until you are standing in the Colosseum or exploring the Imperial Forums. ...
... we got up early to get our ski on! (I am never saying that again btw) We made a nice breakfast and made our way to the ski rental place. I have been skiing before, and I know how expensive renting ski gear can be, but I was pleasantly surprised by how reasonable and cheap it was to rent things! We waited for the bus to take us up to the resort and rode it up the glacier for about an hour before arriving at the lodge! As we were riding up, ...
... forward to it. As it is a main road I know it will be busy and of course slow going tourists and grannies.
Sure enough I was right and the traffic is plodding along at about 50kph. Its a long queue of cars as far as I can see and simply not even worth trying to get passed them. However this is Italy where road rules are simply unheard of by many foolish drivers and the number of near misses I saw on this road were simply unbelievable. Blind bends and a solid white line ...
... of how high we are climbing.
We stop for coffee at the restaurant at the top of the pass, then continue on down some lovely curves into the Mustair Valley. Here a right turn would take us up the Umbrail Pass to the Stelvio heights, but for now we continue west and into Italy.
I had hoped to find accommodation at the Gerda Hotel in Burgeis, where Charly, Mick and I stayed in 2012. But the ...