Hotel Falknerei Galina

Address: Malbun, 9497, Liechtenstein | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in Malbun, is near Enver Hoxha Pyramid, Skanderbeg Statue, Tanners' Bridge, and Agios Saranda.
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    Travel Blogs from Malbun

    Corvara (I) to Lech (A)

    A travel blog entry by brownd5548 on Jul 07, 2015

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    ... Pass" because it is little used due to there being two lower passes 25km South of it. At the top of the climb is a very modern concrete structure cantilevered out of the side of the mountain. This structure contains pictures and text describing the construction of this pass. A tourist attraction and Wonderfull motorcycling road, this pass is only opened seasonally and a toll of 12 euro is charged to traverse the Pass. Now in Austria ...

    Saying Goodbye to New Friends

    A travel blog entry by theriggs on Jun 28, 2015

    ... back to the 16th, when one monk from Switzerland arrived in the valley. Today there is again only one monk, who runs the monastery more as a business, with a farm, horses, restaurant, guest house, vegetable garden and wine cellar. We got to visit the wine cellar during our short visit. Back in the vans it was off to Feldkirch for our last meal together at Schattenberg Castle. We had to have the famous 30 cm schnitzel ...

    Last Hike

    A travel blog entry by theriggs on Jun 27, 2015

    ... hotel - not a long hike but very pleasant. With rain just starting to fall when we got back, we decided not to go to the high ropes course that was on offer for the afternoon (it got rained out anyway). Later in the afternoon Bob did get a chance to go and visit the Biomass Water Heating facility that heated all the water for 21 properties in the valley. It was a 1 megawatt unit that used wood chips made of waste timber in the valley at a cost of 30 euros ...

    Another Day in Paradise

    A travel blog entry by theriggs on Jun 26, 2015

    ... I had a wurstsalat. It was all delicious. We then took another track back to the creek then continued along the creek past rapids, pools and waterfalls. Spectacular stuff. We then continued to follow the river before joining a road that headed back to the cars. On the way we passed a a man milling timber logs into planks - it seems that he was a carpenter who built stairs, but he enjoyed milling his own timber. ...

    Beautiful One Day, Spectacular the Next

    A travel blog entry by theriggs on Jun 25, 2015

    ... for lunch. Patrick wasn't sure if the owners would be there, so some people had brought lunch, but those of us who hadn't were in for a treat, feasting on a traditional platter of rye bread, cheese, sausage and bacon. It was delicious, having been made in the hut which was built in the 1600's and had very few modern conveniences (Patrick and Anja even had to help cut it all up). We sat in the sun at a rickety table outside, with the view of the valley. It ...