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... and is near to Cortina and so decided to head for Cortina and see if I can find it from there. On the other hand, the chances of it even being open at this time of year are very slim.
As I head on towards Cortina there I see a road leading off to my right and sure enough a sign saying "Passo Giau". Right away I know that is the pass I’m looking for.
As I turn right into the pass road a sign says "Passo Giau 11km". Well, this must have been the ...
... place is full of snow.
The road is becoming harder and harder to ride on with patches of ice all over the show. I’m having to ride extremely gently up this winding road and simply keep my speed to about 25mph.
The pass we are climbing is "Passo del Tonale" which is only 1884m at the summit.
I stopped my bike on a number of occasions on the way up this pass and was extremely surprised just how slippery it was even to walk on this road surface. The ...
... this cold but we have loved to be able to see it with snow. Yes first photo, nick dumped snow over me, thanks for that, so the pussy ran when I threw it back and lost his glasses in the snow. Frantic 5mins then found hence his photo. Typical. He is trying to say he meant to have a funny photo. It is a lovely village, horse running in the meadow just over the road, chasing a dog out.We saw grape vines all the way up ...
... kernel of the human nature which I am particularly partial to and makes me smile from one floppy ear to the other with all my fine teeth on display.
An efficient lollipop man ensured that Landy exited his pit stop right on time with a new chimney. But was he ready to take on the Veneto, and that second malodorous wind which was brewing in his gussets?
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... is becoming a bad wizard...I know I'm 31 already but since I saw this mountain this what I think about them - bad wizards...wa hah ha ha ha!!! After a few minutes the landscape changed to a green forest, I felt safe...I did the hard part!!! Our main thing today is to reach the marmolada, the highest mountain of the Dolomites, there are supposed to be 3 different cable cars leading to its top that is over 3400 m. We finished descending the mountain and reached a valley, everything ...