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On the road to Austria via Liechtenstein. Bern tells us that today is brought to us by the letter "S" .... Swarovski, Schnitzel , Strudel and Schapps :) We drove through some stunning countryside with soaring mountains and rolling green hills before stopping at the Liechtenstein capital of Vaduz. A really quaint little town with some interesting sculptures in the town square. Overlooking the town is the palace of the royal family. We had ...
... are unbelievable. All from scratch. Real butter, real cream, and so much better than the baked goods at home. Diet time when we get back lol. The fountains are all sealed up for winter to protect them, but are still running now. The local candy is the gold foil covered Lindt chocolate and there is a statue of a man standing on a giant chocolate. Outside the shops there are wrought iron signs signifying what the shops are, they are very old ...
... Innsbruck. Innsbruck is a very picturesque small town set in the Austrian Alps...so so beautiful. We actually stayed about 15 minutes out in a ski village called igls ...this little village is perfect and you can visualise what it would be like in winter with the mountains all covered in snow..our hotel was also perfect everyone loved this stay over and were disappointed it was only for one night but tomorrow we are off to ...
This morning we drove to Austria. We started the day with White water rafting in the Inn river in Innsbrook. The water was freezing but we had wet suits and it it was worth it. Amazing views. We had some of the local cuisine: goulash soup and schnitzel. They speak German. Off to ...
... moved to first class where we are supposed to be. The train was actually quite busy, with a bit of a battle to get seats – perhaps we should not have taken the advice that we did not need to reserve.
The scenery was of the Austrian and at times German countryside. We did not see many animals - Marion saw about 5 sheep and about 7 cows but was too slow to get the camera out. We saw a lot of corn and for the main what ...