Hotel zum Ritterhof
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... such beautiful autumn colour; green, yellow, orange and red in the liquid amber, birch and oak trees. In the thick of the forest, on the side of the street, we saw a large stainless steel door embedded in to a rock face. Marcello later told us that the door was the entry to a 1000 bed hospital built back into the the mountain and fully equipped to manage any situation which might arise. Incredible and so unassuming! Maienfeld is picture perfect and also where Heidi was ...
We left the hotel after a nice buffet breakfast. I made sandwiches again for our lunch. I feel a little shish doing this, but when I see what everyone else eats compared to us it truly shouldn't make me feel guilty.
We were in Liechtenstein in short order this morning. It is such small country and so close to Austria and Switzerland. We got to the city of Vaduz, which is the capitol, and had a major walk to ...
... is one of the Unesco World Heritage Sites. This place was filled with priceless books handwritten by monks during the Middle Ages. It's a dimly lit confection of ceiling fresco, stucco, cherubs and parquetry. Only 30,000 of the total 150,000 volumes are in the library at any one time. It was so interesting to see how these monks wrote their works. Their handwriting was amazing and the paintings on some of their ...
Left Walch’s site feeling very pleased with the place.
Not cheap but everything was of highest quality and would definitely stay
again, summer or winter. From the power bill (10kW-hrs for two overnight stays,
excluding heating which was on LPG) , we must conclude that our fridge appears
to consume best part of 4KW-hrs per ...
... and accommodation rather
than summer tourists. The facilities are ultramodern, heated, high tech and
complete with “wellness” rooms ie various types of sauna. The camp grounds have
many permanent caravans, kitted out for the winter and the camp grounds are also
usually associated with a nearby “pension”.
Friday 22 August
A slow start today – spent the morning catching ...