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... I came up yesterday.
After taking the fork the road down this section heads down into a massive deep valley and gently drops as it hugs the edge of the mountain.
After about 5 or so miles the valley becomes narrow and the road starts twisting its way down a magical pass in all directions. Some of the pass has been reconstructed over the years and various sections of old road can be seen as I descend.
The old road is even more twisty than the new and ...
26.10.14 Left Schwangau today and drove through Austria with snow all around us and to the Waldheim Hotel in the Valle Di Casies in the heart of the Dolomites. There is snow all around us but the roads are clear. It is a really picturesque area, not much to do except admire the scenery. We checked into the Hotel and went for a long walk, the Hotel has a restaurant so we will have dinner there. Stayed in our room and played scrabble ...
... mountain on his bike a few times and so has Ornella, we were thoroughly impressed! About halfway up the mountain, we stopped at a cabin that is owned by Uncle Firmino. He showed us his cabin/house and a church that he funded and built close to his cabin. It is quite a fine contribution to the catholic religion. We continued up the mountain until we reached the top where we visited the war memorial of where many Italian ...
It was all about the scenery as we spent our last week in Italy in the Dolomites and the Lakes Region.
As we headed north from Bologna, the landscape changed and by the time we arrived in Bolzano (also known as Bozen) we were surrounded by craggy mountains and stunning views. Our hotel was right on the town square which gave us a great view of the hills and mountains. The next day we took cable car, then a ...
... but she is doing really well so I'm sure we will see her again soon. Chiara (our not so little anymore flower girl!) was also there to say goodbye. We headed back down to Tonadico to finish packing, and had our last dinner at John and Daniela's apartment. We then went by one of the local schools to say goodbye to Paul's Zio Julio. He has just moved to this school as one of the priests, and lives at ...