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It is currently Thursday at 9.26 am. I was going to write a blog yesterday but it was so chilled and the Internet is really bad there that I thought I would take the time to write a blog whilst on the bus and on our was to Innsbruck, Austria via Liechtenstein (3 countries in one day). Yesterday was very relaxed. We even managed to have a two hour nap in the afternoon. We got up and had breakfast at about 9. We just had cereal and yoghurt which was a good break to the cured meats ...
... is the great European stair adventure. A short walk around the wall and then off to see the Lion monument. It was unbelievable. So emotional and beautiful. Then more walking around and over Luzern's historical bridges. The Mill bridge and chapel bridge. Fantastic history. A lot of photo taking and a walk through the local craft markets. Yesterday it was the fresh produce markets on the opposite side of the ...
... hand in Wyatt's and grabbing trees and railings to keep us upright, we made it down. Later I found a nice staircase to the same destination. Corbin spotted the small scale low to the ground zip line and rode it over and over. Amelia climbed everything in sight no matter how tall or difficult. Wyatt found a three headed dragon made out of huge tree trunks and was happy to climb there the entire time. Of course he fed the three heads imaginary food and brushed ...
... keys issued - In Advance of the lock change. No coming home and being locked out or having to go to the trouble of arranging to get keys.
Also noticed apartment residences hall lights timed off but light switches were just outside all doorways to turn on hall lights when needed. Here, people would be quite upset if common area halls weren't lit all the time.
Why is there a picture of toilet paper?
... is that I took a day trip to the community of Asiago thinking that I need to see an Asiago cheese factory. What I saw was an amazing community in an amazing alpine setting.
The trip to Asiago consisted of repetitive hairpin curves as Steve (you remember Steve. You met him in the last entry) and I wound our way up ...