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... of children with their parents.
Anna and I were lucky, there was a party going on later that night or maybe the following night in the town hall and we were able to walk in and to take some pictures of the halls. It is a huge building and the staircases with the red carpet (which of course was only there because of Anna and me visiting :-) ) were impressive.
We finally called it a day and went back home to the youth hostel.
Leave the Adriatic coastline today, driving through the spectacular Italian Alps beneath towering cliffs alongside sparkling mountain streams. Streams are turquoise due to the dolomite mountains. Crossed into Austria and drove through the heart of the Carinthian Lake District alongside Lake Worth, warmest lake in Europe! We stopped at Wörthersee for an early lunch. It is a three-countries corner, Slovenia, Austria and Italy. Garry told us ...
... back to the ship is was lunch time. Then in the afternoon, the Captain opened the wheelhouse to the ship. Just as we were to go up to the Sun Deck for the tour, the heavens opened. Barbara and Orrean got to steer the ship into the lock for a short distance. Following the open house at the wheelhouse, we were shown how to make apple strudel. YUMMO!
Tonight is the Farewell dinner for this cruise. We still have another full day on ...
As I pondered, along came the YELLOW bus which fitted quite well with the rest of the colour coding on the pamphlet presented to us at the information centre. The bus company is to be congratulated for the very clear outlining of the various bus routes. The four different coloured routes passengers could take, listed the sites that could be viewed, bus stops where the routes intersected so route ...
... check off my list (Holland!) and other countries I didn't spend nearly enough time in (England, Czech), and others I cant wait to go back (Ireland, Croatia, Turkey).
And I honestly think I got to know Austria and in particular Vienna pretty well too despite all the traveling!
So there you have it! Some improved, others worsened but overall I really did give all three of my goals a good try (maybe not so much the learning German one but still)