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... it is just becoming harder to see it and I have the feeling my Homeland is on sale , with People coming from everywhere and take advantage of a very Generous Welfare system , but the Cage is getting full. they call this progress here! well everything is close here anyway Zürich Airport being only 20 k to the east and you can watch the the Airliners intercepting the Localizer and G/S to RWY14 at LSZH in a 2 minute interval during Rush-hour on the ...
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13:30 Drive to Ecko, Meckenbeuren, Germany
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... br> The next day we took off north through the notorious Splugenpass...pretty views but I'm glad I wasn't driving!
Stopped to hike down the gorge at Viamala which has been carved out by the Rhein River. The next stop was Ruinaulta, where the Rhein flows below white carved cliffs. Our destination for the next two nights is another refugio, Alpenrosli, at St. Antonien. Christoph met up with us and his sister and family came the next day.
Quick entry to reflect a lunch stop in Liechtenstein. This tiny country is most famous for selling postage stamps, and the fact that almost every European tour operator includes a few minutes here so they can boast of another country visited. Now that I think about it, maybe that 's what we did :-)
Heidiland Yesterday, we had a later start to the day as did the 3rd tour, to the Heidiland region which commenced at 11am and returned at 7pm. Our guide Marcello is a lovely older, slightly rounded Swiss gent and asked each one of us what our nationality was as we boarded. While Marcello is a tour guide now in his semi retirement, he did the mandatory military service as a young man and then completed his chef apprenticeship which was his main career for 45 years. We ...