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Travel Blogs from Gaschurn
... a nice dinner before heading back through weather as miserable as it was going up - will this ever end?
Got home about 23.15, wound down and hit the sack – at least I did, Nicole, Vadim and Joanne were trying to encourage Aidan to settle down - after checking for skin growing between our toes.
Mind you, the Alameda gang who live in sunshine all the time (poor things!) are quite enjoying the rain – maybe they can take it back with them.
... got to have them in pairs.
- The country of Liechtenstein is so small that in 2007, Swiss troops accidentally invaded it after getting lost in a rainstorm.
- Our place has a fallout shelter (below), and if you don't have one they charge you a penalty tax. The country has enough of these shelters to accommodate 8.7 million people.
That's enough exercise for our brains today.
... for the guys to make me dinner, Zurich schnitzel - strips of veal in a mushroom cream sauce served with rosti potatoes (and snow peas). Trez yum!!
It was in the 20s when I left Vienna - here it'll go down to 2 degrees tonight.
Glad I brought some warm(ish) stuff.
-Capital city of Liechtenstein is Vaduz
-The language spoken is the German language
-Recorded in 2012, there is 36,656 people living in Liechtenstein
-They used Swiss Franc as currency
-Due to Liechtenstein being ...
... easily, and we managed to leave Komstanz at 11am in the rain. The rain never let up for the whole day (well except the last half an hour, but that doesn't really count!). Goodbye Germany for the last time! We followed the lake (Bodensee) around, passing back into Switzerland, but the rain never allowed us to get a good view of it. So we just kept cycling, passing small towns. Susan had a big breakfast and wanted to delay lunch until Fußach but ...