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... behind us we were bound for Dubai. This is not goodbye Sydney, just see you soon. Dubai After a quick power nap we met up with Rogers friend and headed out to Dubai Marina for dinner and drinks. It is amazing the buildings that have been built here and the amount of work still being done. The next day was spent sight seeing and trying to survive the crazy traffic. We then visited the biggest mall in the world, where even Nic ...
... to grappa) before dunking it into the melted cheese
and eating it. It may not sound like much but it's divine.
Day two saw a train trip to Luzern which is two hours by train and a
short trip to Zurich to see all things Christmas. Check out my blog entries
about those two places.
Day three saw a relaxed morning and another lovely lunch before going
to St Gallen ...
... out together enjoying the pools. A good day, dinner at the restaurant, nice but a bit expensive, cold cuts tomorrow. Another foggy day, did not get over 8 today and no sun. Drove towards Ravensburg and found a great pub for lunch, had a lovely meal and drinks that would be €20 dearer at our Hotel so cold cuts tonight. Leaving Lake Constance tomorrow morning for Schwabish Hall for three nights then to Strasbourg France for a week, then Paris, Singapore and home, on the countdown ...
... Liechtenstein. It is small principality between Austria and Switzerland. They use Swiss Francs but will take Euros as well. We saw out first public outdoor skating rink in Vaduz. Not too hard to skate outdoors at +10. It is not really much different than the Swiss mountain towns we have visted.
Our at last day in Lindau was a sunny Sunday which brought the people out to stroll in the sun and sit on the terrasses taking in the good weather.
... have some for several Caribbean countries!
After a nice lunch at an outdoor café, we walked up to the Vaduz Castle. It is occupied by the Liechtenstein's Princely Family. No one can tour it because it is their residence, but you can gawk at them from outside of the castle walls! It was built in the twelfth century and expanded between 1613 and 1640. It was a long, uphill walk to get there. The views into the valley are nice!! On the way back, we took a ...