Hotel Chalet al Foss
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... to town for buisness, they added a side door to the dome in which the bishop could enter, because his villa was not in the direction of the official doors. We stayed with denises family, she kicked her brother out for a night, so we could sleep in his room, that was so very nice. her mom made pumpkin-gnocchi for dinner, hmm self-made italian cooking is very good. They live a bit up on the hill, we had an amazing view ...
... on them. Where I’m standing is right on the top of a very steep cliff edge just looking down on the slopes below. I’m thinking some of these skiers are mad at the speeds and the steep slopes they go down. Well, that was until a chap came right alongside me and stopped. He was looking over the edge of this cliff and then over he went. Jump, jump jump and he was about 100ft below me!!! Here I’m thinking I had guts but never in my life would I ever have ...
... 10seconds and the correct hand as well. We did see this person later on with one glove....oops. He didn,t fess up and I kept walking. So nicks glove is down the slopes somewhere. We saw the Swiss ski team juniors for 2017 finishing their training. Picked up train again to alp grim, then onto night at poschiavo. Small Swiss town everyone said hello in their language which seems a mix of Swiss,Italian,French,German .so heading off today to Milan for 2nights then we think to lake ...
Given that the roads around the Northern part of Lake Garda were closed to accommodate the marathon, we didn't find it at all difficult to navigate our way on foot, around to the harbour of Torbole, which is approx 3 km's to the East of Riva del Garda where we were walking yesterday.
The cycle route is clearly marked around round the lake, and can be a little treacherous on blind bends if you choose to head out to the Ponale Hydroelectric power plant which can be found ...
... are written in Italian and German) but Bolzano is a special case - it speaks Italian. Like being a foreigner in your own country. Its under an hour by train from Trento, easy. There seems to be plenty to do here - the Messner Mountain Museum about alpine climbing through the ages, several castles, 3 cable cars up the surrounding mountain and of course the Iceman Otzi. We had planned to hire bicycles but when we got there ...
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