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... next to a river with old wooden houses around us and icicles lining the wall at the side of the road. Above us, going over the valley was the autobahn, stretching into the distance and missing all the beautiful nature we were seeing.
The drive went well and the weather was perfect, no crazy snow storms this time, in fact there is no snow in Lienz at all. We made it to Lienz and on the drive into town passed some archaeological ruins which ...
... over the last few
weeks in those lower country's in Europe where they would just about drive you
off the road to get passed you.
Austria is another country of great pride. You only have to drive through
their towns to realise that. Most towns have great and wonderfully painted
churches standing out in them and really look magnificent.
As I rode along this road I noticed a layby right under the Alps peaks and
so stopped to take a few photos. This layby was more ...
... braking on my bike I was still grabbing the brakes much of the way down this magical pass.
Finally the cliffhanging section gives way to a more gentle system which makes its way through trees and forest area and gently eases its way into a massive valley between two mighty high mountains.
Hear near the bottom I stop at a wonderful coffee shop which is hung on the edge of a cliff. The views across the valley are some of the most stunning views I have ever seen ...
... of the mountains for a 25 euro parking fee and just walk around them. The walk is not difficult and does not go up or down a lot. So it is relatively easy. There are certain places where if one suffers from vertigo, then should pass them without looking down too much. However it is not a "via ferrata" where one is climbing on some chains hammered into the side of the mountain.
Four days flew by and it was time to move on further south to the coast close to Comacchio by the Adriatic ...
... br> parallel to the main motorway (which appeared to be elevated on concrete piers
most of its route). The motorway was busy and even the local road was busy, Not
pleasant driving. This is a main north-south arterial route.
Stopped at Camping Corones. Luxurious site, with heated
sanitary facilities and a heated outdoor pool, but somehow we did not like it.
Full of Germans and very “ordered” parking.