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... amazing churches - Catholic and Protestant.
We also visited a local town about 30 minutes away by bus and drove through some beautiful mountain side scenery full of rivers far below very high bridges and tall grassy hills with mountain houses until we came to Appenzeller, a tourist town known for true Swiss traditions and for being extremely conservative (they still vote in the center of town ...
... at indoor fairs, these towns have small wooden booths which take several weeks to set up that fill their streets and squares. Lindau's market does start until next week.
For a small place it has lots of different restaurants. Greek, Italian, French, Donairs (of course), Swiss, German and Sardinian. Yes, yes I know that Sardinia is part of Italy.
The Sardinian one was interesting. It was like a Sardinian import store ...
4 hrs, 5 kms
Looks like I'm getting back on track, and I can see the sizeable town of Bludunz up ahead. But first, snuggled up next to it on the hillside is the town of Nuziders. Here I pause for a strum session in a mini park with an old fashioned well--noticing what looks like a Turkish family leaving their very Austrian looking home across the street.
No "immigrant ghettos" here in Nuziders...
... candles and flowers, suggesting that there's a bit more religious devotion in these parts.
When I reach the next town, a couple of ladies are staring at me. But it's not the "who are you and what are you doing in our town?" kind of stare, more of a "you look lost, and we'd be glad to be of help" kind of stare. Finally they ask--and point me in the right direction to continue on down ...
... calls? This could really tarnish the trustworthy image I have of this region. A lot goes through my head. I'm suddenly jolted awake to the reality that, yes, I am still connected to the "real" world and not just an timeless nomad. I've got to figure out what's going on and really don't know how to go about doing so. Maybe I'll have to catch a bus back to Liechtenstein to try to sort this out. I decide to try something else first: call my bank, which is in itself a challenge, ...