Travel Blogs from Wirl
This was a day for catching up on relaxation (still raining anyway), but jet lag was still affecting the long distance travelers, especially Aidan. We did however venture forth for dinner to Restaurant Zihlmann in Biel-Benken, which turned out to be Schweizer-Kost für alle, Chäschnitte, Rösti, Wurst-Käse- Salt garniert, all excellent, yum yum (see photo)
… and then we found out what that game had in store for us … tedium. ...
... isn't prohibited is compulsory.
- Did you know it's legislated that you can't do laundry on Sundays because it might disturb the neighbours?
- There's a special plug on your washer & dryer so they won't work until midday Monday to let industry have enough power to start after the weekend.
- A child's name must be on an approved list. Swiss parents do not have the freedom to name a ...
... called Klosters. It's a picturesque little (not so little really) village that is covered in snow in winter and to which skiers naturally flock.
All was well on my GPS until past Innsbruck. The thing was programmed to avoid main roads and took me over the mountains to get here. It was like climbing the Himalayas in a pair of sneakers, ...
-Capital city of Liechtenstein is Vaduz
-The language spoken is the German language
-Recorded in 2012, there is 36,656 people living in Liechtenstein
-They used Swiss Franc as currency
-Due to Liechtenstein being ...
... along quite fast. We followed the track for the next 40km until we hit Lichtenstein. It did turn to slow sticky gravel for a time but did turn back. We were supposed to deviate from this path on a sight seeing route, but due to the rain and the time we chose to go on the direct route, along the river. The views as we progressed up the river were usually cloud obstructed, but the further we got, the more it opened out. We were surrounded by ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking