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... than but it sure makes one realise just how massive these mountains really are.
Finally I just had to force myself away from this magical balcony. Sitting in the hot sun here was just magical but as I had many miles to cover I thought I better get on my way.
Onwards down the last few thousand feet through the town of Tirol and beyond until finally reaching the main SS38 road to Merano.
I remember this road from previous trips and was certainly ...
... from fast sweeping curves to extremely tight curves.
Finally I reach the town of Stelvio which is just like many towns in this neck of the world with very narrow streets making their way between the wonderful painted up buildings.
I turn up right and this is me now on the climb up Stelvio pass. This road up is extremely narrow and must have about 30 or so hairpin bends. With it being so narrow one has to be extremely careful not to go out too far on the ...
... town. English was the primary language there with all those tourists! On the last night we had a lovely meal at a nice restaurant in Lezzeno (a tiny town with only 2 restaurants as best we could tell). The food was simple but good and the service was delightful. We drove to the Milan airport the next day, turned in the car and checked into an airport hotel. We had dinner in a restaurant at a restaurant just behind ...
... narrow path for walking! Very scary!
They took her advice and we watched them walking along their narrow path and they finally appeared . . .at which point John said, "That was stupid!" Apparently, the trail was all up - some switchbacks and some sheer up!
They grabbed a beer and some lunch and we all headed down. By this point, we were feeling rain drops on our pretty little heads. :-(. The clouds dropped ...
... Had coffee then walked a few km to a lake, where we had a picnic
lunch, with a school party and many others. Nice place though.
Walked back and then down to the base of the chairlift,
to take the gondala back to the base station. Had a quick look around Calvalese.
Nice enough, nothing special.
Called in at the supermarket on the way back, plus LPG
refill (one and a bit tanks, 0.90 euro per litre). ...