Hotel & Residence Rainer
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... came up. We decided to have lunch there and both Val and I had a nice bowl of vegetable soup. Val had hot chocolate as well - the Italian hot chocolate is so thick you can almost stand up your spoon in it! Due to the wether, we decided against going on to the next hut and instead returned to the Albergo Falzarego via a different route. When we arrived, we went up the gondola to the Rifugio Lagazuoi, which is at 2750 meters. We were to stay there that night, so ...
... are endangered in Britain. They are known to live at elevations of up to 8,000 metres in the Himalayas. Once we got down from our summit, we all carried on around the Tre Cime di Lavaredo. We had to go way down and then a long climb back up. When we arrived back at the Rigugio Auronzo, our driver Raphael was there and took us back to Cortina. We had a nice dinner at the restaurant - pasta with tomato sauce and zucchini, roast beef and potatoes, and a nutty flavoured ice cream for ...
... Val Gherdëina in South Tyrol and Canazei in the Fascia Valley in Trentino. Then we travelled east over Passo Pordoi to reach Arabba. We stopped there for some refreshments. From there it was a short journey north over Passo Campolongo back to Corvara. In winter, this pass can be crossed on skis, but today we luxuriated in the warm 24 degree sunshine. We plan to have a relaxing rest of the day and an early night because tomorrow brings a long day of ...
... We weren't the only ones attempting the Pass in the wintry conditions. We saw many cyclists (on bicycles) riding up and down the steep and slippery mountain roads, and of course there were the ubiquitous European sports cars hugging the corners of the twisty hairpin corners. We then rode to the Dolomite mountain range and crossed over at the Passo Stalle - an extremely picturesque single lane ...
... slippery limestone downhill paths we made our way back to our "hut" for a gourmet dinner of sausages and potatoes, washed down by quantities of local red wine and followed up by delicious apple strudel for dessert. A couple next to us was playing a game that was etched into their table in the restaurant. It appeared to be "Nine Men's Morris" (found it on the internet), although that's not what they called it. After dinner we all turned in because we were tired. ...