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We crossed the swiss boarder to Liechtenstein for a short stop in capital, Vaduz. Continued into Austria via the Arlberg region, to Innsbruck, capital of Tyrol. In Innsbruck we saw the Holburg Palace and the Olympic ski jump. Travelled through the Brenner Pass into Italy and viewed Romeo and Juliets balcony and dining in Verona. Next stop the Byzantine city of Venice.
... 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.
Just waiting to go to our late breakfast at 7am. Then we are on our way to Venice for ride on gondola and to see glass blowing at Murano one of the many islands of Venice. We arrived in Venice about 1.30pm and our private boat took us to St Mark's Square. Went to see Murano Glass Works and glass blowing. Afterwards, looked around the showroom. We were offered goods less ...
... to the eagles nest, as half the point of going is the view you get. The weather is pretty poor, with rain! However I decided that even if I couldn't see the view, it would be an interesting visit. The road to the car park was interesting enough with 24% inclines, and no warning!! You can only drive half way up and then have to take a bus the rest of the way. When you arrive, you walk through a tunnel and then get in to the lift which Hitler installed (although the ...