Here we are again, rewinding our honeymoon and nearing the end of our Austria trip. On our last day in the land of mountains and rivers, we explored a natural beauty called Liechtensteinklamm. Licktenstein-whaa? Yes, exactly.
Liechtensteinklamm is a very narrow gorge with footpaths and bridges built along the walls of the Austrian Alp mountainside. The gorge featured running water, rainbows, and a giant waterfall at the end of the trail. It's difficult to explain in words so I will just show you with pictures!
In order to get to Liechtensteinklamm we decided to take the city bus from our hotel and then walk the mile or two to the entrance of the gorge. Thankfully we weren't fooled again and we were able to walk the entire way relatively easily since it was all flat ground. Hallelujah!!
|Don't worry! This isn't the gorge, just part of the outlying riverbeds.|
|Entering the gorge. See the bridge/path that runs along most of the gorge walls.|
|Just a little tight in there!|
|He's VERY excited to be here!|
|Windy right by the waterfall|
Following our adventures, we walked back to town and decided that since it was our last day in Austria, we should at least have some schnitzel. Well, the only thing here is that we are vegetarians but when in Rome do as the Romans do, thus we bit the bullet (or in this case the schnitzel) and tried some schnitzel. It tasted like breakfast sausage and thankfully we didn't have any issues digesting this lovely schnitzel. That ends our meat-eating adventures!
|He was very concerned!|
And here is a picture of our balcony on our last day here.
Auf wiedersehen Austria!
Stay tuned for our next trip to the Canary Islands, Spain!
- NataliePin It