Hotel Collina

Address: Voa Val Sporz 9, Lenzerheide, Grisons, Swiss Alps, 7078, Switzerland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Voa Val Sporz 9, Lenzerheide.
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Travel Blogs from Lenzerheide

1711. A Not-so-special Capital

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 26, 2013

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... divided. I talk to someone about this later. He says "for hundreds of years Liechtenstein has been a popular place for people to hide their money." Oh yeah, there's the who tax cheating thing. Liechtenstein takes it to a higher level even than Switzerland. With a population of 37,000, there are 73,000 companies in Liechtenstein! Hmmm.... sounds a little suspicious. I guess you just have to have a mailbox here and you can have you company registered in ...

1710. Up the Mountainside

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 26, 2013

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... a spot with a view of the town, and surrounding slopes partially covered in clouds, giving the area a bit of a mystical feel. No more towns farther uphill it seems, for which I must say I'm glad. And I don't have to retrace my steps down the mountain. I find narrow road that plunges through the mist, past solitary waterfalls and steep cliffs wich takes me to my next town: Vaduz, the ...

1709. Hike Across a Mini-country

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 26, 2013

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... then down to the main drag, which, without well preserved European architecture, actually feels a little more like the USA, with randomly positioned businesses and offices. One business I have to take a picture of is a Turkish doner place (called a "kebap" here), a reminder that the Turkish doner IS the official fast food of ...

1708. Mission Accomplished!

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 25, 2013

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... where I find a charming, carefully manicured garden inside. On the interior it has a half-timber, more rustic feel--and is actually more of a monastary than a defensive castle. From here I also get a nice view of the of the town and surrounding valley.

Along the way, there are plaques. But no, they're not about historical events or architectural notes. They contain... jokes! Yep... I guess they just wanted to lighten thing up a bit for people...

1707. Heidi Country

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 25, 2013

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... greets me as I pass, no one seems very interested in chatting or learning more about this odd stranger passing through. Very much a mind your own business culture. Hopefully I'll have some real conversations on my next visit. Right now I'm going to end this segment in a classy way: Maienfeld is the area that inspired the children's classic, Heidi. A book I read as a child which fueled my fascination with ...