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TravelPod Member ReviewsResidence Hotel Vaduz
Fantastic place to stay in Vaduz. We paid a little extra for the suite as it was our honeymoon destination of choice so our room was huge and had everything you could ask for. The staff were great and always willing to help you out. The hotel is right in the centre of Vaduz just below the castle and close to a bus stop and all the sights. The only part that was a little disappointing was the breakfast which did not have a great selection but the staff were willing to cook something if you requested it. Overall, we could not fault the hotel and will definitely stay here again when next we visit Vaduz.
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We had a lazy day in Ruggell, we all suffered a little jet lag so we just chilled a bit around the home. For dinner that night we were taken into Austria to a place called Feldkirch. We had to take our passports in case we were stopped at the border crossing. We went to a Castle in the town built over 300 years ago. The children were amazed and surprised on how cold it was. Inside was a restaurant that has been here for a very ...
... time claiming they couldn’t find it. They went round the block thinking that’s what we meant. Kate decided to take them their so off she went.
For the rest of free time we were back in the camp and I played soccer in the hallway with Candela, Sofia, Kate, Brendan and Jamie. It was really fun. After dinner we were again required to practise singing all the songs for sunday when our host parents would come and see our presentation. ...
... we looked across the guy was laughing too. We spoke to him a bit and explained we were exchange students. I think he thought we were a bit odd and he kept laughing at us. Also today looking through the window I saw what I had hoped for but not expected. I saw a fox standing in a snowy field.
On the way to where we were meeting Paul in St. Gallen Markus took us to this red square place. It was just like a small city square type thing all ...
... has sass. We also all just sat in the corridor and chatted which was actually really fun.
Today we also again ventured into town during free time and this time got wifi! From a kebab shop with nicer owners! My emails on my phone weren’t working though so I used Gloria’s phone and the amount of emails I had was amazing. I also found out that my ‘oldie’ is Chance and he is from America.
... were like usual learning, learning and more learning as well as fun. One of our new favourite things to do is also to listen to the Kiwi accents and how they say things. We say ‘deck’ they say ‘dick’. We say ‘six’ they say ‘sex’. It is actually so funny to argue over how to say a word. We make fun of their accents and they make fun of ours.
During part of our ...