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On our last night in Venice we went to see Vivaldi's Four Seasons, performed in a small concert hall. The musicians were amazing. When the concert was finished we had to walk through St Marc's Square which had decided to flood while we were in the concert. So we rolled up our pants and took off our shoes and walked through the flooded Square. This morning started with an early breakfast and boat ...
Today is our last day in Austria. We have had a quiet day in Innsbruck with a tour this morning of the old city, followed by a trip up the cable car to the top of the mountains from the middle of the city. Unfortunately there was lots of cloud so our view was limited. The Church in Innsbruck was one of the most beautiful churches I have seen and we were fortunate that someone was playing the organ while we were there. It is the 5th oldest in the world ...
... which was also closed. This Grand Mountain Hut walk should be called the Closed Mountain Hut walk. As we were investigating the huts closedness, the older couple that was behind us caught up, and took a different path that led back to the lift we had come from. We pressed on, and eventually met up with another couple walking in the opposite direction. We had a brief conversation with them about all the huts being closed, and tried to work out where the hell we ...
... rain, but at the falls we'd just had lots of grey clouds and a few drops here and there. The ride back to Kitzbuhel was another matter. About 20 minutes in, the rain started. As Jess was wearing my waterproof pants I was just wearing Draggin' Jeans with thermals underneath, and so my bottom half quickly got saturated. The cold alpine water found a way around my hips to my ******, and that was about the point where I started to feel quite cold. Jess' hiking shoes weren't as waterproof ...
... for a little bit. At the top of the detour was the tollway, which was thankfully manned, so 10 Euros in cash later we were underway - all before we could even see the camper vans that were behind us. Just after the tollway the road descends into an enormously long tunnel, and when we popped out the other side we were on the other side of the alps. We pulled into Kitzbuhel about 4.30pm, and while we were tired and a little sore, the trip was surprisingly comfortable. After the 2 ...
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