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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... off to the harmonizing power of crystals. In the Crystal Theater ones own fantasies take centre stage. You can have a look onto the giant’s belongings and marvel at an aria performed by the extraordinary soprano Jessye Norman and captured by Andre Heller in film before you enter the World of Wonders and the Crystal Forest.
Even the Crystal Stage ...
... most of it and headed to the old quarter for dinner. There was a show on as we arrived. Seemed like medieval play (you know those people who dress up in medieval garb and play with swords etc), but in German, and with fire dancers. The fire dancers were performing for the king for context... Anyway, we have seen better fire dancers in Bali, and so headed though the crowd to a restaurant. Had a great meal well into the evening amongst cobble stones and candle ...
... the way we had discovered the bridge were were aiming for was closed for repairs as of yesterday!! For ***** sake! We kept spirits high and took some photos up the top before making our way back the steep road. Pete's choice of thongs for footwear did not need to be mentioned. Back to the car and we drove away from the hordes of tourists, stopping only to take a few more photos from a distance. The town of Ettal was the next stop on our journey. A ...
... 62 square miles) sandwiched between Austria and Switzerland, that most people probably never heard of! Fun fact: Liechtenstein is one of only two doubly landlocked county in the world - being a landlocked country wholly surrounded by other landlocked countries (the other is Uzbekistan)! When we arrive in the small capital city of Vaduz, it is nighttime, but we get to view the illuminated Vaduz Castle, perched up on a hill in the middle of the city and home to ...
... proud that I too left my vanity behind, as there was only time to brush my teeth. The team had mixed reviews of the museum. Some said it was strange, bizarre or terrible. However, I say it was fascinating. I was pleased the boys had an opportunity to stretch their imaginations and celebrate culture European style. The museum was a maze of rooms each separated by heavy velvet curtains. The first room was anatomically correct mannequins that were de-constructing and ...