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From Vaduz, we caught an uneventful ride to Feldkirch, a quaint medieval town on the western side of Austria. Once we dealt with logistics of money, snacks, and bathrooms, we didn't have any time to explore but Dave did get some quick shots of the Peter and Paul Church. The train ride to Innsbruck was just as beautiful as the ride to Sargans. The Austrian countryside is lush green, ...
Day 2 – Milano to the Dolomites.
All the suitcases are stuffed into the car and poor Alexandra is crammed into the uncomfortable back seat. Miryam, Suzanne and Alberto share the three middle seats. Cesar, who is the navigator, and I sit comfortably in the front seats. Droit du seigneur!
We are off to visit the city of Romeo and Juliet, Verona, as well as take the scenic road bordering Lago di Garda before arriving at our airbnb lodgings in the ...
... t be too careful. 30,000 police were bought in from across the boarder in Germany & Italy. Once through the barriers were proceeded into the country settlement of Seefeld a beautiful place. A short walk & we boarded our buggy for a ride through the woods (1hr). So peaceful & a nice change from walking,walking,walking. We arrived at a little settlement where our afternoon tea was awaiting with coffee ...
... say it was fantastic. We had time to visit another magnificent church.
We passed the house Mozart was born in And many of the traditional dress still sold in the shops.
It was time to return to the coach for a drive over the German border through more beautiful country with snow capped mountains to the mountain summer playground for top Nazi brass and Hitlers Eagles Nest. ...
... Treas waited patiently with the trolley and endured the glares from the queue of people who had built-up while we wrestled with the card issue....
By this time it was getting on a bit and I think was after 16.00 before we actually departed, and then faced a 350km drive in ******* rain to Innsbruck, in Austria, and back to one of our previous camps, but made it in about 4 hrs despite 40 mins of walking-pace traffic due to a combination of peak-hour, rain, road-works, and ...