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... br> It stayed sunny until two minutes after we sat on a bench overlooking the cobalt blue Lago di Lamar to eat our lunch. We had time to make it to shelter under the trees before the hailstones started. Two herons seemed to be enjoying the weather as they swooped and glided across the lake surface. After lunch it wasn’t a long walk back to the campsite and so we called it a day and headed back to Ruby.
It has rained and the sun has shone on an off ...
rocky slopes without all the usual climber kit. It still looked a bit too hairy
for us so we took the easier option. At the summit the views were fantastic.
The steep cliff faces are a magnet for climbers and they were scattered across
the cliff face like ants.
Back at Ruby, we headed for the autostrada and Lago di Ledro. Once again, the temperature soared in to the 30's as we drove north. The route took us along the north coast of ...
... and lots of traffic were totally ignored once I flicked the lever to Manual and used the paddle shifters to encourage to horses to get their act together! The next minutes flew past so damn quickly as I was told to "use the gas" by my guide and gave the beast some stick! For a rev head like me, it was total bliss listening to the screaming V8 and using the instantaneous shifters to up and down the 7 speeds!
All too soon we were back in the parking lot and my dream was ...
... magnificent views of the local Dolomite Mountains and to the snow capped Alps to the North. It was a glorious warm day and we stood for ages taking in the scenery - it is truly a wonderful part of the world!
A glass of wine and a local apple strudel, while viewing all this, made a great afternoon tea and then we caught a cable car down the mountain and back to the city - again with views of Bolzano and the ...
... last night!
Adam has planned a remarkable drive up through the Austrian Alps along Grossglockner Alpine Road this takes up 3760 metre up to Austria's highest peak. The drive is incredible. A toll is charged of 38 euros and you understand why when you see the condition of the 40km road that was built in the 1930's. It is only open end of May to August. The altitude makes my head head feel like it's going to explode and ...