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... doubt you ever even have to visit the country)--and pay a very low tax rate. Considering that some European countries are collapsing (like Greece) due in part to the fact that many of the wealthy avoid paying taxes there, casts these tax haven countries in a darker light. Of course Switzerland is more famous for being a tax haven. But then, where do the Swiss go if they want to cheat on their taxes? I guess they go to Liechtenstein! I've heard that some ...
Day 279 2 hrs, 5 kms Way up above the steep mountainside, through the mist I can see houses clinging to the slopes. That is the separate town of Treisenburg. It's going to be a long climb, but I figure if I pass this up I might really regret it later. So I follow the winding road up the mountain, passing kids heading to their first day of school. I notice that there are some kids of ...
Day 279 2 hrs, 5 kms Next morning I'm up early and eager to continue exploring this country. I'm acutely aware that this will probably be the only time in my life that I'll come here--so I've got to be sure I do it right! I soon reach Treisen where I wander through the residential neighborhoods with some large, semi-rustic farmhouse ...
... head back down and into town, making a quick stop at the cemetery, just to see if there's anything distinct about how Liechtenstein folks remember their deceased. I notice many of the tombs don't have stones at all--just wooden crosses, with a bed of flowers. Rather than build something permenant, they prefer something that will require continual upkeep. Hmmm... interesting.
I also check out the inside of the church, which feels quite bare compared ...
... Swiss culture. There's some Heidi tourism here-and the town itself does have a small "old town" with winding alleys and a cool castle, which I wander around a couple of times. Castles are pretty rare in Switzerland. I guess you could say the whole country is a natural castle. There's a maps showing the official "Heidi house" way up the mountain. Reluctantly I opt to skip it... but I do pass the Heidi fields ...