Sunstar Alpine Hotel Flims
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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... was easy. I could’ve gone south over the famous St.Gottardo pass (the only single crossing of the Swiss Alps) but that would result in another campsite-less night at high altitude, so the only realistic option was to head through Andermatt and over the 2044m Oberalppass heading east.
Initially the Oberalppass climb was the most enjoyable yet, with a winding climb made spectacular by ...
... the rules, respect each other, greet each other and look out for each other. This mother doesn't need to teach her daughter to fear strangers, because the chance that a "stranger" will harm her daughter is basically nil. OK, yeah, it could happen, even here... but people here don't live or educate their children based on this worst case scenario. They live with the assumption that everyone is basically good, and can be trusted. There's a warmth ...
... were likely made here in Liechtenstein. Also, don't put all your eggs in one basket. Liechtenstein manufactures a whole variety of things, so if the market for one thing crashes, you've still got a whole bunch of other things to hold your economy up. Once again, there is a lot the rest of us could learn from these small, super-efficient ...
Day 279 2 hrs, 5 kms Not all the towns are in the valley. There's one town that's way up the side of the mountain again. Honestly I don't really feel like climbing up there, but as I said, I might not be able to forgive myself if I miss this opportunity to visit every town of Liechtenstein, so up I go, following a road that zigzags up the forest, occasionally trying ...
Day 279 2 hrs 3 kms
It's time to continue on. Just down the road is my 4th Liechtenstein town: Schaan which is actually the largest "city" in the country. Not a lot to see here, other than a nice stone Anglo-style church--and a billboard with a Bible verse, and graffiti sprayed over it that says "STOP MISIONERUNE" I take it that means "stop missionarying us!".