Today we had the great idea to take the camper van for a ride. It had been a while since the last time we went to the Alps. Well, maybe not that long, but as December was mostly occupied by the whole family being ill and a move, we barely remembered. Anyway. Time to roll.Continue reading “Ripped off for views”
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Slowly making our way home
After almost three weeks of living in our campervan it’s about time to return to home. However, why make it a twelve hour drive if you can split it up over a couple of days and spend some time in beautiful places along the way? This morning we drove towards Austria, Carinthia to be precise.Continue reading “Slowly making our way home”
Why say more?
If you thought last month’s posts were rather boring, this one may be the new low. After a quick espresso doppio we drove from northern Italy to Austria over Passo Monte Croce Carnico. On the highest point, we found the old border office, and several other buildings – supposedly a museum and a restaurant –Continue reading “Why say more?”
Stubaital and the Elferhütte
This morning I was about halfway up some mountain in Austria, most of it by cable cart, but the last 200m or so elevation we hiked, dragging the kids along. Rafa did very well, and must have walked at least the first 100m by himself and the second half carried by me. He’s only twoContinue reading “Stubaital and the Elferhütte”
Bye bye Italy – see you hopefully soon!
I’m not completely sure what was going on last night. We were parked on the beautiful Lago d’Idro shores, where we had spent the day walking from coffee bar to bakery to coffee bar, and ended with a swim. It was a good day. My son Rafa seemed to have lost his appetite over theContinue reading “Bye bye Italy – see you hopefully soon!”