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... but managed to spend some money none the less. We returned that evening to see the fountain and light show before heading out for dinner. On a full flight we were then bound for Zurich and then an hour and half drive to our new home. Austria We have now been in Austria for just under a week and what a busy week it has been. The first day was spent catching up with Rogers family and friends and going to a local ...
Well, I have never been somewhere as cold as Diepoldsau! Then again, it is on
the boarder of the Austrian and Swiss Alps. Looking out the kitchen window, you
can see both sets of Alps!
Day one saw a very relaxed day. In the morning, not a great deal
happened. After a late breakfast, we went down to the centre of town and had a
look around. Then, it was lunch ...
... sun sneaks through every now and then, going to walk around the old town, will eat somewhere new tonight. Went for a walk and explored the town for a while, then did some shopping for dinner. Had lunch out and it was great. Returned to the Hotel got some bath robes and towels and went over to the thermal baths. What a great place, you get a token which you enter with, then that token goes into the back of a key to your locker, the key is strapped to your wrist like a watch, you ...
... we have been walking all over the place. There are pretty outdoor cafes and since the weather has been good people are sitting out. Each afternoon there is a busker with bongo drums that sets up near the quai so the sound echoes through out the whole harbour. Good location for sound, not so good for his pocket as most people don't go along the quai!
Lindau like many other German towns was in full prep for their Christmas market. While we ...
... 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 ...