Falkensteiner Hotel & Spa Alpenresidenz Antholz
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... off to the harmonizing power of crystals. In the Crystal Theater ones own fantasies take centre stage. You can have a look onto the giant’s belongings and marvel at an aria performed by the extraordinary soprano Jessye Norman and captured by Andre Heller in film before you enter the World of Wonders and the Crystal Forest.
Even the Crystal Stage ...
... option of cog train all the way down. There where two trains left for the day - 3:30pm or 4:30pm. Not wanting to hang around longer than needed, and being about 20 minutes away from the train station, we made a dash for it. And success! Made it. Not an exciting trip at all (inside a cave for 3.5km). It took about 1.5 hours to get down. Which is comparable to the 1.5 hour+ line up we would have had to make on the cable car. So back in the car and back ...
... himself to a treat. I had re-planned part of today's itinerary to actually complete some that were planned for tomorrow so we it would allow us more time, plus today was just a travel day. Leaving St Moritz, the BP across the road had ice, so we purchased a bag and set course towards the town of Füssen, Germany. As we drove the sun was doing a great job in burning up the fog, and once it had reached its full strength, the colours of the countryside ...
... Prince of Liechtenstein. Since the country is only approximately 5 miles wide, we find ourselves in and out of Lichtenstein, crossing over the Rhine River border into Switzerland, in no time at all. Once in Switzerland, we continue along to Zürich, check into the Sheraton Zürich Neues Schloss, figure out the parking situation, and get some rest for another busy day tomorrow! Four countries in one day: Germany, Austria, Liechtenstein & ...
... Mon - A German Gorge and an Austrian Gorge. We arrived in the German town of Garmisch-Partenkirchen. This town was founded by uniting the two towns of Garmisch and Partenkirchen by a decree of Adolf Hitler to bring the 1936 Winter Olympics to Germany. The International Olympic Committee was going to pass over Germany as the host, because there were not enough hotel rooms in the host town, so Hitler forced the unification of Garmisch and Partenkirchen ...