Almhof Tophotel Nauders
- Minbar in room
- Indoor pool
- Multilingual staff
- Pets allowed
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... nestled between the mountains with snow all around and a ski run just out of town, you could not ask for a more picture perfect place. The photo's don't do it justice. We went for a drive to the top of town to take some pictures & it was just amazing. We thought we would try and find the Ice Rink to see if they had a gift shop for some bits for the kids and they were hosting the Italian National Short Track Speed Skating Championships! One of only 3 events held ...
... French. It was pleasant to hear all the different languages being spoken and it was even more satisfying in understanding at least one or two of them.
Inevitably, the food was great in Livigno, especially the pasta - I enjoyed the spaghetti the most. At the hotel they did do a traditional food night halfway through the week which included the most delicious venison stew and roast suckling pig! They also had ...
... to go). Did he understand me?
I gave it a go, drove for 20 kilometers without any sign, and it felt wrong, so I went back found another service station and they told me to continue.
It was evening now and I had been on the bike for quite a few hours now, so I was starting to get tired and hungry. I knew I wouldn't make it to Lake Como until the next day, but it didn't matter. That is part of the experience. Make a loose plan and ...
... towns and roads to aim for. I added a lot of time to my trip, but it was still an amazing scenery to drive through.
The further South I got, the better the driving got. In Germany I could see the mountains get bigger and bigger but here in Tyrol I was driving in the mountains. The sun had gone but it was still warm. I crossed into Italy without stopping. Three countries in one day.
I met lots ...
... point. I should go do something else for a while, and save continuing this Alpine adventure for another time. When I reach the beginning of the railway, I know it's time. I'm bringing this chapter my Alps Superhike to a close. I take a picture and board the train. Soon we are zipping down a serene mountain valley, past village after village... villages I hope to come back and explore on foot someday. But for now... I'm ...