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... we traversed brought an even more amazing vista. There were hundreds of motor bike riders who obviously knew of this road and flocked there to enjoy the ride. The road went from the small towns of Innertkirchen to Wassen and went over the Sustenpass. After just three days in Switzerland, we headed to the very small country of Liechtenstein which is just 25 km long by 12 km wide and is wedged in between Switzerland and Austria. Liechtenstein is ...
... 10CHF didn't strike my fancy. (The cheeses here are soooo strong!)
I meandered around Rapperswil for an hour, window shopping and snapping photos, doing my best to try to keep dry.
Next, we headed rurally through the Toggenburg valley. The road curved among green rolling hills, terraced pastures and quaint farmhouses.
The tour hit a few villages on the way to the Rhine Valley, which was very picturesque: tall trees, steep hills, and the occasional waterfall. ...
... it was quick! About 5km down the road the path we were supposed to be on crossed the road we were on. A quick left turn had us on the designated path and a roller coaster ride of a trip ensued. Lisa says it was the best day's riding she's ever had. The Pino isn't a mountain bike but I'm endlessly surprised at how well she handles what she wasn't designed for! The front seat position racing along single track had Lisa gasping, laughing, screaming ...
... bands, pantomime and even a couple of Aussies with didgeridoos.
A quick trip to Migros (think Coles) for supplies had me looking at a banana case - not as silly as it looks for cyclist who transport a banana in the back of their cycle top - just a tad conspicuous!
Lisa had arranged a 6:00pm booking at Restaurant Drei Bunde having extensively researched all the restaurants and cafes she wished to visit. What a disaster - ...
... it's not! I must admit the image quality is terrific - sharp edges and crisp colours, oh and the photographer is pretty good as well! The ferry trip to Walenstadt was delightful though our tandem didn't fit in the designated bike area and was constantly being juggled as it blocked the toilets and gangways concurrently. On arrival in Walenstadt we were greeted by a scene not oft had back home - the sight of a naked silver haired elderly woman sun bathing (baking) adjacent to the ...