Landhaus Am Giessen
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The day had finally come where we had to hand Bruce back. To give him a proper send off we gave him a thorough wash inside and out. With the final specks of red dust washed away we were back to reality and sitting in Sydney traffic. We picked up some luggage we had stored here and then drove to our apartment in Pyrmont. After unloading all of our luggage we were standing in the hotel lobby with four suitcases, a storage box, ...
... 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 ...
We woke up early so we could finish shopping and catch a train to Liechtenstein. After an hour of furious shopping, we finished!! Nothing like waiting until the last day! We caught our train to Buchs. From there, we had to catch a yellow bus into Liechtenstein.
We went to the tourist office in Vaduz and got the "Tourist Stamp" in our passport. Apparently there are some countries that will view your passport as invalid if you have one of these stamps!!! I'm in ...
... to see. One of our alumni is working for Kraus Maffei in Munich. He came down to the show to walk around and wanted us to come to his company's booth for lunch. Is was nice to catch up with him. More German sausages and a beer (or two) for lunch!!
I would have thought we would have easily finished the remaining buildings before 4:00. Nope, we had to hurry through the last three buildings. Most of those buildings contained auxiliary equipment. We ...
... the bus, making our way up into the mountains. We crossed through the Ricken Pass, up over 2,000m above sea level, with views of the Alps. This is known as the Toggenberg region. Here it was hilly, covered in cows (Lindt cows!), cute wooden houses, the odd ski lift here and there, and just very, very green. It was really pretty. After coming down out of the mountains, we passed through a valley and then along the banks of a river. There was a bridge heading across the river - this ...