Travel Blogs from Solda
... HAD A PEE
THAT'S BECAUSE I DRANK THE VINO
AND THE CELLO TOO
HOPE YOU DIDN'T FANCY MORE
NOW WE'RE ALCOLHOL FREE
CAUSE AFTER 3 HOURS
OF WAITING FOR YOU
I GOT RATHERED BORED AND
OPENED BOTTLE NUMBER 2
So as you can tell, I was pretty bored and he did get back soon afterwards , said it was amazing, better road than Alpe ...
... br> runs next to the cafe, which is in Italy, but a few steps away you are in
Going down the mountain was just as good, there was a film
crew filming on one bend and as we approached it, the new Nissan GTR came
haring up around the bend (I only know it was this car because of the petrol
heads on the trip! It took about an hour or so to reach the site, passing
through the Swiss border & a ...
... through her hometown, St. Mortiz. The town of St. Moritz has become a popular high-end vacation destination as evident by the abundance in storefronts adored with expensive Swiss watches or boutique designers. It was the last official day of Spring, and all of the big hotels were preparing to open for the Summer season the next day, but today the village was still quiet and peaceful. Chatrigna reminisced as she showed me where her home and school were before we called it a ...
... descent before the weather set in so it was back on the bike, telling Chris that we would meet him at the bottom. Chris seemed less concerned about the snow but that is probably because his bike has all the gadgets like traction control and mapping that can be set for the conditions – he also does not have a pillion adding to the weight to be manipulated on the road!
Our descent was ...
... is on) until we reached Brunnen where we noticed many bikers stopped. We used this as an indication of a good spot to stop for morning tea. After coffee, a walk around town and sending a couple of postcards, it was back on the bike. We decide to head for Luzern for lunch. Chris had been there before but not since 1984 so memories had dimmed with time.
We try to avoid large cities on these trips, but Luzern was a pleasant surprise – yes ...