Lady Goes to Liechentstein August 2nd 2011 Bummer! I awoke with a flat tire this morning. Must have been a slow leak cause it wasn’t entirely flat. Bill and Gerri had slept in until after 7 this morning, knowing that they had only 50 kms to go. Then they had to change my tire, so they didn’t get started until 9 or so. That’s what they get for taking me over those gravel roads yesterday. The route today was much smoother.
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Europe » Liechtenstein The Principality of Liechtenstein was established within the Holy Roman Empire in 1719; it became a sovereign state in 1806. Until the end of World War I, it was closely tied to Austria, but the economic devastation caused by that conflict forced Lie... ... read more
We first began bicycle touring when we were in our 40s. Now that we are retired, we can really indulge our travel fantasties. In fact, most of our vacations are by bicycle. In the US and Canada, we have biked the TransAm, the Southern Tier, the Northern Tier, the Great Parks, Alaska, and many places in between. We've also toured Europe three times by bicycle. Summer of 2011 we did a loaded tour from Lisbon, Portugal, to Frankfurt, Germany, via Spain (reverse Pilgrim Route to Le puy en Velay), France, Switzerland, Lichtenstien. Austria, and Germany. Our trip is chronicled on this blog.... full info