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... town square area after wandering for ages trying to find something open. It was very quiet there at 11pm! We enjoyed some more beer and then headed back to the hotel around 2.30. The hangover struggle is a real problem in Europe. There's so much to see and do, it's really hard if you're hungover. The next morning a breakfast of bread cheese and meat fixed me right up before our trip up Mt Stanserhorn. We went up a little train and then a massive open top gondola ...
... money quicker than you can print it. We saw one guy with a bill of 56,000 swiss francs. And rude, wow! Unbelievable!. Then to top it all off, joelene and i were walking across one of the main bridges to get a good view and some photos of the timber bridges when we were stopped by Chinese gentleman. He came over to us and said 'excuse me' and motioned us to move on as we were interrupting his photo. This would be the same as someone asking for people to move off a pier in Sydney ...
... the lovely Toggenberg region whose pretty hill and valley scenery is perfect chocolate box material!
In Vaduz, the capital of the tiny Principality of Liechtenstein you will have more time at leisure. A visit to the Post Office is recommended; the famous stamps from this tiny state are coveted worldwide by philatelists and amateur stamp lovers alike. And finally we arrive at Maienfeld, the setting for the Heidi stories. In the summer months ...
... It stretches for 150 metres to the summit and sways gently in the breeze. Very scary but incredible all at the same time. At the end of the Cliff Walk was the station for our final activity which was a ride on the Ice Flyer – a chairlift whisking us across the glacier. It was totally freezing, apparently minus 12 degrees, while we were riding. Again, the scenery was unbelievable.
... affair with Russia that turned sour when the Soviet Union collapsed. Multiple floods that savaged the country and destroyed arable land, harvests, grain reserves, and social and economic infrastructure. A country unable to respond to the crisis adequately. Poor economic decisions. People dying in droves.
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