Spa Hotel Zedern Klang
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And these round mounds are evidence of the sedimentary buildup that occurred while the range was submerged, as well as the erosion that followed.
In World War I, the front line between Italy and Austria-Hungary cut through the mountains of the Dolomites. Soldiers on both sides worked to carve tunnels, sometimes miles long, through the cliffs of the mountains. They built shelters at strategic points on ridges and peaks, ...
... by a chairlift (with a fancy windscreen), then finally by cablecar for the final section. The cablecar went straight into the clouds, then emerged over the top of most of them. I have to say the view from the top was a bit disappointing even though, or perhaps because we were above the majority of a scattered cloud cover. However, we relished in getting properly cold. It was minus 5 degrees and I almost considered ...
We took the side road to Kaiser-Franz-Josef-Hohe. You're right up in amongst the mountains with fantastic views of Mt Grossglockner and a glacier. There's also a car exhibition here too. Back on the road to the top of the pass there had been some early snow. There were plenty of areas to stop for photos and scenic ...
... to prove I was really looking upward ;-) Somewhat reluctantly we pack up after 3 days at, arguably, the best-equipped site so far. East to Kitzbuhel then south over the Thurm Pass in lovely weather. Fantastic views from the top as we descent into the Salzach valley, following a narrow-gauge railway towards Zell am See. We've seen several narrow-gauge railways - must be the latent spotter in me. Zell, unfortunately, doesn't seem to be motorhome-friendly, ...
... br> It was now after 5pm and I was feeling the pain of this ************ my bike and so seemed to want to stop more and more. as i passed one town i saw a petrol station and just thought perhaps i should fill up. Getting fuel in Italy is a right nightmare as 99% of filling stations are "do it yourself" and many have no instructions in English.
I had only done 148 miles since filling up yesterday so still had another 120 or so in the tank but what made me want to fill-up here ...