Wednesday was a big moving day. A big truck arrived in Gaming in the morning and we loaded it up with furniture and then hopped in the vans and followed it to Trumau, the new home of the I.T.I. near Vienna. For more info on the move and the new location, see the I.T.I.'s website.
The Schloss (castle) which forms the centerpiece of the new campus is pictured to the left.
After unloading the truck and stashing the furniture in what will become the library of the school we moved ourselves in (about a dozen of us) to spend a couple of nights in the Schloss.
After settling in and getting cleaned up, we ate a lovely dinner (cooked by Lisa) on the back terrase overlooking the gardens. The gardens include cherry trees, pear trees, apricot trees, and apple trees; we found the cherries to be ripe and delicious, as well as the red currents, red raspberries, and gooseberries. Below are a couple of pictures of the terrase, a nice feature which Maria enjoyed a great deal.