Residence Hotel Alpinum
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
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Travel Blogs from Campo Tures
... of Britain. For about an hour rain obviously hurled itself down over that way, though nowhere else. Around us people continued to eat their evening meals slowly, uncaringly, not noticing the apparent apocalypse coming towards us. But notice they would, as nature slowly but surely threw itself, seemingly all of itself, at us.
As the rest of the camp went into flight, cutlery, plates and food shoved hastily into bags and bowls, bodies chucked into tents, ...
... and Italian - with German taking priority. You are in Italy, but seemingly only in name - and petrol prices (diesel jumped to £1.05 a litre). The Dolomites were stunning. Everywhere is stunning. People talk of Britain being uniquely beautiful but it isn't really. Yes, it's beautiful, because of our climate creating greenery. But central Europe has this on a grand scale that makes us look like the small, quite insignificant (certainly in relation to what we think of ...
... amazing and when we got off at the top we walked along some of the tracks. There were many mountain walkers as it is there summer time activity and they walk up and down mountain tracks all over the valley. We only did a short walk just to get a feel of the area and the views. The next day we went up one of the mountain roads to the Zamser Dam. There is a glacier at one end and the water here is a turquoise blue. ...
Day 26 I was up at 6am to get ready for our 8am start. We had 278km to travel today to Corvara Italy, crossing 6 mountain passes. Today was described as D Day in our guides. Our inexperienced rider had been persuaded by the tour leader not to ride with the group today. He would follow a less mountainous route using his GPS. I therefore volunteered for "tail end Charlie" again. Hopefully to ride at my own pace and enjoy myself. We headed South East from Pontresina to Bernina ...
... out him I would not have finished ... I was ready to give up 5 k for the nasty summitt, call the InGamba support wagon to haul my silly ass home ... The magnificent Eros had a better idea, just a couple more k's and we can stop for a beer ! Oh it was so good. Next at about the 115 k mark, so only 23k to go, I was done, call the meat wagon haul me home, nope , "you come this far, you will finish " only 7 k's to the top, and than long down hill to the finish .... I was ...