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Travel Blogs from Schruns
Today I took a day trip to a couple of little villages, heidiland and Liechtenstein - a small country that is between Switzerland and Austria. It was a very nice tour and we passed through lots of farm land. The farms are all cute and old and tiny and they were smelly because everyone was spreading manure ...
Spent a week at the snow in St Anton, Austria - just west from Innsbruck, near to Switzerland, Italy and Germany.
We skiied/boarded all over that place, ate a lot of schnitzel, drank many beers and had the time of our lives.
The St Anton side (St Anton, St Jakob, Stuben and St Christoph) is well known for partying and the Apres-ski - such ...
... Liechtenstein for safekeeping. At the close
of the conflict, Czechoslovakia and Poland,
acting to seize what they considered to be German possessions,
expropriated the entirety of the Liechtenstein dynasty's hereditary
lands and ...
in Lindau's old town. It is lined by extremely well-preserved patrician
houses dating from the 16th and 17th centuries, and many small alleys
like the "Zitronengässle" branch off it. It is particularly in these
narrow medieval streets where an impression of past times can really be
The "Haus zum Cavazzen"
Directly on the market square next to ...
WOW! And we almost missed this. Bev was keen to see the surrounding that the original Heidi story was based on, yes it is based on the area around a town by the name of Maienfeld. They go out of their way to stress the fact that this is the original Heidi site unlike some of the other sites which claim to be where the original Heidi lived. The story of Heidi is a work of fiction by Swiss author Johanna Spyri which was written in 1880. It is one the most popular books ever published and is ...