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... the guided tour which, although it was all in German,
was the only way to access some of the impressive and beautifully decorated
rooms of the Prelature. We were given written information in English so weren’t
completely clueless as to what was around us. John’s German is a bit rusty but
he still managed to understand bits of what the guide was telling us.
The monastery was burnt to the ground in 1697 so when it was rebuilt, they started to ...
... to them there. I feel incredibly sad that this part of our holiday is over, but very privileged to have been a part of this years Euro Alps Tour. After a hour or so wandering around Feldkirch we were able to check into our room and have a short nanna nap. We then went looking for something to eat, but still full from lunch, we settled for an ice cream. On our way back to our room we ran into Jim and Ann and arranged ...
... metre. Being our last night, Patrick and Maree met us at 6:00 in the "purple room" for a debrief of the trip. Everyone expressed their enjoyment of the ten days and their appreciation for Patrick's, Anja's and Maree's efforts. Patrick and Anja's then joined us for our final dinner, yet another culinary delight. It is really hard writing this knowing that tomorrow we will leave. The possibility of a Return to Eden, will make leaving just that bit more ...
After a wet start to the Euro Alps Tour, we have been very lucky to have a few days of fabulous weather in a row. Warm enough for shorts today, we dressed and got down to breakfast ready for the day ahead. We met as usual at 8:30 am, and first on the agenda today was a visit to a museum in Sonntag, another of Patrick's mother's projects, where we were treated to a view into the hardships of living in this alpine environment. ...
... got out of the car we were shocked by the sudden cold fresh air after being so hot in Europe for a few weeks. We really loved this place and although it was really quiet for us we could imagine how crazy and busy it would be during the ski season. We just couldn't imagine driving up those treacherous roads in the snow. It was pretty scary looking down over the edges in summer. We are halfway to Germany now and will continue on tomorrow. Bye for now. Grace