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... with their bells clanging as they grazed, there were apfel (apple) and pears trees and vineyards covered with plump and juicy deep plum coloured berries. Driving through the very narrow streets of Maienfeld town, high up in the coach, allowed us to see over high walls and be amazed at the dreamy and spectacular views. With the sun setting on the grape vines, this tiny magical town beckoned us to return. Running late, as we have done all day due to the same passengers ...
We left the hotel after a nice buffet breakfast. I made sandwiches again for our lunch. I feel a little shish doing this, but when I see what everyone else eats compared to us it truly shouldn't make me feel guilty.
We were in Liechtenstein in short order this morning. It is such small country and so close to Austria and Switzerland. We got to the city of Vaduz, which is the capitol, and had a major walk to ...
Sunday 24 August
Had a wee barny with the Pension owner when we tried to pay
the bill tis monring. He said we had used 20kW or power and wanted to charge us 14 euro
extra, on top of of the 28 euro site fee. In the end, as he locked the power
cabinet with our lead inside, we had no option to pay (or call the police). As
we thought the site fee included everything, we may have been a little generous with
our heating, and probably ...
Left Walch’s site feeling very pleased with the place.
Not cheap but everything was of highest quality and would definitely stay
again, summer or winter. From the power bill (10kW-hrs for two overnight stays,
excluding heating which was on LPG) , we must conclude that our fridge appears
to consume best part of 4KW-hrs per ...
... 8211; which all added to the
stress and fatigue.
Once in Austria and in sight of mountains, we felt as if
our holiday was truly beginning. We drove east, up the Klostertal valley (E60),
through Bludenz (home of Milka chocolate) and on to Braz, stopping at Walch’s
Camping and Landhaus. Not cheap, but excellent facilities and an excellent
pitch. All these places are more geared up to ...