Danilo & Pianta Hotels
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... I like it that many cultures focus more on relationships than on hard work. In other places quality isn't that important... enjoying life is more important than following rules. The Swiss culture is very much tied to the environment that it was born in. Hardship has made people stronger and more determined to succeed. And I'm sure there is a dark side to this culture as well, which I would probably ...
... that takes me way out of my route, to the town of Malans, of to the east. I guess I should be happy to discover another town, but right now I've got my eyes fixed on reaching Liechtenstein, so when I get there, barely give it a walkaround, then I take another path that pretty much backtracks the way I just came... and I end up having to walk along the road after ...
... town. It has an industrial district, and a modern shopping district... then I expect to be approaching the town center.... and... it abruptly ends! There's a river and then country houses start again. I even go back to double check. It seems Lanquart simply doesn't have a traditional "town ...
... concert in my next village.
One interesting thing I notice about Zizers, is the cemetery. I like to check out the cemeteries to see what they tell me about each country and culture--and I've seen some pretty fascinating ones with amazing monuments and masoleums. Here in Switzerland it's not about the fancy stonework, it's about the flowers. Each grave is a bed bursting with flowers--each one a different arrangement.
... not doing cities very well. Old Chur has just as much magic a the Swiss mountain villages do. It's got the medieval city with a touch of the rustic with its half timber buildings and bridges connected the buildings. There are other styles as well--a touch of Baroque and Gothic--but none of the architectural pomposity of the grand cities of Europe. This is a city of the people, not of the nobles. There actually is a war memorial ...