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... height: 17.920000076293945px;">Weather: blue sky with a few clouds, temperatures between 18° and 24°
I was looking forward to the ride today, as I would be riding through parts of Austria where I have never ridden before, and also to ride through the Dolomite mountains in South Tirol of Italy where I have been twice, once on a motor tour and once with my wife Haris.
Initially, the ride was very enjoyable, ...
... But in the end, we made it to the top hut and were rewarded with picturesque views all around. The knee held out, no poles needed. The girls start school on Monday, so hoping to get a few more day adventures in before the full schedule kicks in. Michael and I are managing to work a few hours in the am, then back for a few in the evening. Works well with the time difference in AB. We got our mobiles set up. 10 Euro's for a month plan, such a deal!
Another day in paradise. We left about 8 o'clock and headed towards the Swiss Alps. The scenery was awe- inspiring. We stopped for a short visit to Vaduz, the capital of Liechtenstein. The Principality of Liechtenstein is the sixth-smallest country in the world. It lies in the heart of the Alps between Switzerland and Austria. We wandered down the main street of Vaduz. We also paid €3 for the privilege of getting ...
... will be filled with various hikes. I'm easing him into to the idea of slight elevation gain rather than just heading to the top.
The girls don't start school for another week, although we have a meeting with the teachers later this week. They aren't too sure how they feel about it yet - Sadie keeps saying she doesn't need new friends, she likes her old ones just fine.
... to find Austrian food and beer (I'd talked up how good the Belgian beers were). This proved to be an absolute but funny failure. We walked past many restaurants selling Japanese, Thai and other non-Austrian foods. We eventually found a Tapas bar with a view of the river which we decided would do. When I got back from taking photos of the river Nathan was ordering 2, 4, 6, 8 beers for the table. He had chosen one from the menu (there were about eight ...