Travel Blogs from Arosa
... ourselves to stay awake for that, the disappointment might have been alleviated had we gotten the result we wanted, but even that did not work out. Ah well, let’s hope the final lives up to the occasion.
After a somewhat restless night we had a bit of a lie-in, but then pulled ourselves together and headed off for the Ostschweiz, Werdenberg and Sennwald to be exact, to visit Nicole’s Grossmama and other relatives. Nice ...
... isn't prohibited is compulsory.
- Did you know it's legislated that you can't do laundry on Sundays because it might disturb the neighbours?
- There's a special plug on your washer & dryer so they won't work until midday Monday to let industry have enough power to start after the weekend.
- A child's name must be on an approved list. Swiss parents do not have the freedom to name a ...
... called Klosters. It's a picturesque little (not so little really) village that is covered in snow in winter and to which skiers naturally flock.
All was well on my GPS until past Innsbruck. The thing was programmed to avoid main roads and took me over the mountains to get here. It was like climbing the Himalayas in a pair of sneakers, ...
... of course. The old saying if you need to know the price you can't afford it definitely applies here. There was even a children's Gucci shop. But the mountains were what we were wanting to see and we saw them in all their finery with glaciers and still lots of snow. I am still blown away by the beauty. Every day seems better than the one before. We had a final tour dinner tonight as we have 3 ...
-Capital city of Liechtenstein is Vaduz
-The language spoken is the German language
-Recorded in 2012, there is 36,656 people living in Liechtenstein
-They used Swiss Franc as currency
-Due to Liechtenstein being ...