Travel Blogs from Toblach
... conditions. I just could not stop laughing and soon after a while he saw the funny side too and was laughing. It was almost like some comedy show. He finally gave me a clap across my shoulder and said "You Mad, mad mad ma, go go" and on that note I was off down this icy road once again with a massive grin on my face!! I suppose I cannot disagree with what he was saying. True, you got to be mad riding a bike up here during this time of year and especially in these ...
... the kind waitress informed me that the sign saying "pass closed" is for another pass and not the main pass on the road to Bolzano and that I can go that route to the Dolomites.
My plan now was to follow route 42 out of Edolo as far as Bozzana and then head over the passes to Bolzano and then take it from there.
As I headed out of town the temp was a wonderful 4 Celsius. For some reason it just never seems to feel that cold in this neck of the world, but if it was ...
... 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 ...
... be an expensive place for lunch but the prices were extremely reasonable. We all ordered different pizzas – I had the otto gusti (eight flavours that included black olives, yellow and red peppers, mushrooms, prosciutto, artichokes, anchovies and cheese) and Megs had the San Daniele (prosciutto crudo and ricotta). I can’t remember the names of the other pizzas. The pizza was outstanding – a super thin crust absolutely loaded with toppings. ...
... were sooo tasty we later wished we had bought more! After we crossed the border we climbed up and over a few mountain passes which had beautiful views before arriving in Davos. Dad & Tan’s friends, Magge & Connie and their two kids, Alison and Amy, live in Davos and had invited us all back there for a few days. We looked forward to the chance to get out of the van for a while and enjoy the amenities of a ...
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Other places to stay in Toblach
Alemagnastrasse.4, Toblach | 4 star hotelfrom $186
Via San Giovanni 37, Toblach | 4 star hotelfrom $182
Via Dolomiti 23, Toblach | 4 star hotelfrom $175
Dolomitenstr. 24, Toblach | 3 star hotelfrom $111
Grazze 1, Toblach | Hotelfrom $137
Kurze Wand Str. 16, Toblach | Hotelfrom $112
Via al Lago 5, Toblach | Hotelfrom $109
Toblachersee 1, Toblach | Hotelfrom $129