Austria Trend Hotel Congress Innsbruck
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... crossings in a morning - thank Christ there are no more border controls.
This is supposed to be one of the most scenic drives in Europe. However, apart from rolling meadows, we didn't see any mountains due to the low cloud. We also had to be ultra careful riding due to the greasy road surfaces.
Those of you that read my FaceBook page will have seen the entry with the signpost. So for those ...
... to storm the castle!
The evening concluded with a reception hosted by Lutheran Hour Ministries to welcome everyone! Kurt Buchholz and I both spoke briefly and then continued meeting and talking to our fellow travelers.
There were some curve balls thrown at us today, but were able to persevere which makes me so proud to be traveling with God's people.
... per cent sales tax together with guarantee that we had in fact purchased Murano Glass and not fake Murano Glass. Free time was spent exploring the sights of Venice. St Mark's Square and some of the narrow lane ways and Bridge of Sighs and many souvenir outlets as well as partaking in delicious ice cream. We met up again to have a gondola ride through the canals and I was ...
... Berchetsgaden was a town Hitler frequented before the war, and the eagles nest, or Kehlstein is the only building in the area used by Hitler which has not since been torn down. One can head up the eagles nest and have an amazing view over the German alps. Berchetsgaden was only a few hrs from Erding so I kicked back end enjoyed the drive through the mountains. I arrived at the stop for midday ish, checked in, and then decided to take a drive back to the centre to gather ...
... her 16 children, (including those who had died, painted floating on clouds.) One portrait showed her with her husband, son and daughter, all three deceased!! Sorry we missed out on the cable/funicular going up the mountain, and also on the Alpine Zoo- bet all the animals were snug in their beds and not walking around in the rain! Hair cuts for us both, then some shopping on the way home, for me and for the Boomer, before dinner and bed - raining ...