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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Another day in paradise. We left about 8 o'clock and headed towards the Swiss Alps. The scenery was awe- inspiring. We stopped for a short visit to Vaduz, the capital of Liechtenstein. The Principality of Liechtenstein is the sixth-smallest country in the world. It lies in the heart of the Alps between Switzerland and Austria. We wandered down the main street of Vaduz. We also paid €3 for the privilege of getting ...
... There are hiking trails basically out our door, as well as several working goat and agricultural farms.
There are a few big box stores. No Costco (fridges/cupboards too small for the "family size" products), but we did hit IKEA. Strange, I know, but you can't beat their storage solutions or the price. Today we explored the old town (mostly because I wanted some apple strudel). ...
Jen reminded us several times that we would be visiting three countries (Italy, Austria and Germany) today. On this tour we're supposed to be visiting nine countries over the 17 days so this lunch stop in Innsbruck, Austria adds Austria to the country count (it counts if you leave the coach/plane right?). We had an hour to explore the town after a brief walking tour by Jen. After wandering through the central mall, admiring the architecture, a group of ...
Breakfast in Tirol was much the same as anywhere else, bread rolls, cheeses, hams and the usual suspects of mueslis and fruits. We decided to just go into Hall and look around, and Anne suggested as much to the waitress. A lovely American woman suggested we go to Innsbruck as we were so close and it is such a great place to visit, and the train takes just ten minutes from here. So we did both.
Hall in Tirol is such a pretty place, well the Aldstat anyways. The old town is ...
... in Austria now, and does so because she is a snowboard instructor in the winter and an avid all things adventurer. She only manages apartments to pay the bills.
Anyway, she gave us a lot of suggestions about what we could do - some of them - like hiking to the top of the mountain were not in our wheelhouse - and some were great suggestions (like rafting and the pool). She also told us about this reservoir near by and said it wasn’t a difficult path, pretty ...