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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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... not adhering to the reboarding times, we commenced our 2 hour drive back to Zurich along Lake Walen, at the foot of the Churfirsten mountain range. Although late, Marcello requested the driver to make an unplanned 5 minute stop so we could see and photograph Lake Walen's beautiful scenery. Yet again, the same people were late reboarding the bus. As we pulled in to Zurich city, Marcello gave us his parting joke, well actually more like imparting his wisdom and bid us ...
We drove to the top of the mountain to Trieesenberg and found a nice little spot for lunch. We didn't get to lunch with the cows today, but it was lovely anyway. We can't get over how many cows there are in all these countries. The cities all have cows right in the heart with open green spaces for them to graze. Not to mention the chickens, ducks, and buffalo, yes buffalo. We actually saw buffalo ...
... to the main bus terminal. Going on a day trip! Our bus first made a small circle around the city (which was a tad pointless as most of the roads are pedestrianised and we will walk around tomorrow anyway). But we did stop off at one of the churches - the Fraumunster. This church is famous for it's stained glass windows. These windows were designed by Marc Chagall in 1971. They are not the traditional church stained glass window, rather they are much more modern. With streaks ...
... around 10kW-hrs, but 20kW-hrs, never. The
guy never showed us the start reading (scribbled on some scrap of paper in
pencil) so it could have been anything. He caught me washing the van, and I’m
sure he took exception to it too, so not surprised he tried to diddle us.
Overall, not a nice man.
Drove out of Dalaas in a huff and left the area, heading
up the Montafon Valley, avoiding the Arlberg Tunnel. Still had to pay ...
... is on the high side (with
setting at 3 bars).
Stayed locally and explored the Klostertal valley, up to
the Arlberg tunnel. Visited the Sonnenkopf chairlift to review prices but
decided to defer a trip to the top until tomorrow - the weather promises to be
better and we should have a full day to walk at high ...