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... Ricken Pass with a wonderful panoramic view of the Alps to reach Toggenburg with it's rolling green landscape. We then travelled on to Vaduz, the capital of the Principality of Liechtenstein and the 3rd smallest principality in all of Europe, smallest being Monaco then San Marino. We had 30 mins here so not much time to see anything really. From afar, we saw the royal families castle high up on the cliffs edge. Onwards, we travelled to Maienfeld through thick alpine ...
... off once more to visit the town of Meersburg, known for it’s ancient medieval castle, but once there we drove around for 40 minutes trying to find a carpark! Today was clearly not our day so we found a supermarket, picked up some supplies in lieu of a super late lunch and headed back to our hotel. Later we took the bus down to the island once more and spent our last night in LIndau eating currywurst and enjoying yet more beer. I think Germany might be turning me into an ...
... will cost $8, and it's just the house wine, no great shakes. I guess we are lucky we can afford these prices. But it still rubs one the wrong way. For us to have dinner out in Switzerland every night the bill is well over a hundred dollars. OUCH!!!
We walked through the Protestant church this afternoon then went into the Cathedral. It was built in the 14th century. It had fantastic frescos and was very ...
... truly a work of art.
We visited the church in conjunction with the library. It was very ornate in Rococo but not as ornate as the library. I think Eldon and I spent and hour and a half in the library this morning. We walked around town. This little village is known for it's ornate and old oriels on the facades of many of the houses.
We picked up a salami sandwich to split for lunch and drove to ...
... Hutte (2320m). Excellent walk, lovely views and flowers. The
Hutte was large and busy, especially with mountainbikers, and provided
excellent food and accommodation. Lots of people on the walking route too, but
May spend another night here, perhaps more. It is the
best campsite yet, and we need more like this. Spectacular views across the
tarn. All serious mountain tourists – and none of those nasty "ski ...