Family Resort Rainer
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I spent two weeks in late September in Toblach, a small town in the Dolomitic region of northern Italy. The Dolomites are a jagged mountain range unlike any other in Europe, whose sheer cliffs and deep canyons have been formed by natural processes taking place over the last 300 million years. More than once has the range sunk under the ocean, only to resurface changed, and more unique than ever. Toblach and the Dolomites were also the home of ...
... was also an old hut that the workers that built the road had lived in and a memorial to those that had died during the construction. The tunnel at the top had icicles in it from water that had been dripping. At 5.00 pm it was 1.5C.
We stayed the night just at the bottom of the road in a car park as it was starting to get dark.
7 The road to wherever 27-09-15 Cortina to Utia de Borz, Italy
as if this trip could get any better!! Today was to be one of the best days in
the Alps I have ever had. The weather was great and it was just excitement all
left my bikers hotel in Cortina and was right away heading for one of my
favourite passes, namely Gaui Pass!!
reason I love this pass so much is that it was about the first ...
... everyone out so they could get on with cleaning each room.
The weather outside was great and so after breakfast I went for a walk around this wonderful little town.
From way up in the mountains anyone would swear this town was situated right in the lower part of a large valley but walking around here it is actually built right high up on what appears to be a massive rock area.
The town is surrounded by massive Alpine peaks but between them and the town is also ...
... threw our wet clothes into a corner and poured ourselves into the bath. A thick hot chocolate and a ham and cheese panini later and all was well. The afternoon was checking out the town and resting before a big pasta-pizza dinner while the rain still pelted down. Tomorrow might be a similar wet start but we are chasing the sunshine hard as we head to lower grounds and leave the awesome Dolomites ...