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From Vaduz, we caught an uneventful ride to Feldkirch, a quaint medieval town on the western side of Austria. Once we dealt with logistics of money, snacks, and bathrooms, we didn't have any time to explore but Dave did get some quick shots of the Peter and Paul Church. The train ride to Innsbruck was just as beautiful as the ride to Sargans. The Austrian countryside is lush green, ...
... Maranza, located high in the Alps.
The Italian motorways are very efficient, though somewhat expensive by our standards. Cesar gets us into the city centre of Verona and we park in an underground car park, hoping that no one will notice that the car is filled with luggage.
We start off on Rick Steve's recommended walking tour, but we enjoy stopping and staring along the way. British, German, Japanese groups rush by hoping to see all that Verona has to ...
... of the day. Back in the bus & down for a tour of the old town including Maximilians golden roof. Such a lot of character about these buildings as with the baroque RC church was magnificent inside but unable to take photos unless one paid €1. I decided against it as I doubted it would really depict the magnificence of it & purchased a postcard instead for €.50. Once we finished our walking tour ...
... is a master of engineering the road up was built in a year, near the top is a tunnel into the mountain and a lift to the top. 406ft
there was still snow on the ground at the top 6017ft. It is now a big tourist attraction and restaurant
We had the most beautiful day which Ruth said is very rare, so good weather is following us.
We travelled on to Innsbruck for one ...
... Treas waited patiently with the trolley and endured the glares from the queue of people who had built-up while we wrestled with the card issue....
By this time it was getting on a bit and I think was after 16.00 before we actually departed, and then faced a 350km drive in ******* rain to Innsbruck, in Austria, and back to one of our previous camps, but made it in about 4 hrs despite 40 mins of walking-pace traffic due to a combination of peak-hour, rain, road-works, and ...