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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... off to the harmonizing power of crystals. In the Crystal Theater ones own fantasies take centre stage. You can have a look onto the giant’s belongings and marvel at an aria performed by the extraordinary soprano Jessye Norman and captured by Andre Heller in film before you enter the World of Wonders and the Crystal Forest.
Even the Crystal Stage ...
... is something special. Once back down, we caught our train to the base of the Zugspitze at Eibsee. We made our way from the train to the Eibsee-Seilbahn cable car station. It quickly became apparent why this was such an in demand attraction. The cable rises almost vertically for near 3km up a cliff face! Very impressive and you could barely make out the car on the cable with the naked eye. The only issue being that there were only two cables and ...
It's strange for me to say this, but it was too hot in the room to sleep! The central heating was on, even though it was only 13-14 degrees out. Around 1am, an hour after falling asleep straight after I wrote last nights blog, I woke up and opened the window. The hotel is situated right next to a solidly moving stream, feeding the many lakes falling away from St Moritz. The stream provided a rather relaxing white noise to fall asleep to and the window a good relief ...
... Prince of Liechtenstein. Since the country is only approximately 5 miles wide, we find ourselves in and out of Lichtenstein, crossing over the Rhine River border into Switzerland, in no time at all. Once in Switzerland, we continue along to Zürich, check into the Sheraton Zürich Neues Schloss, figure out the parking situation, and get some rest for another busy day tomorrow! Four countries in one day: Germany, Austria, Liechtenstein & ...
... proud that I too left my vanity behind, as there was only time to brush my teeth. The team had mixed reviews of the museum. Some said it was strange, bizarre or terrible. However, I say it was fascinating. I was pleased the boys had an opportunity to stretch their imaginations and celebrate culture European style. The museum was a maze of rooms each separated by heavy velvet curtains. The first room was anatomically correct mannequins that were de-constructing and ...