Sunstar Alpine Hotel Flims
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
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... rice dish with bread and salad. In the afternoon we were supposed to catch the ferry to the other side of the lake, however we read the timetable wrong and missed it which meant that we had to drive to Rapperswil instead. We walked around the town here as well and also around the lake. Before heading home, we had gelato in a cafe by the lake. When we got home we got to play with Lorenzo while Cristina was cooking dinner. Dinner was delicious! It was so good to have ...
... 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 government are always on the lookout to keep people out who don't live by their rules. Roma beggars, who are a standard feature in almost any European city, are not to be seen in the Alps (I've heard that there is a Roma community here, but they're the more upscale type, living in fancy camping cars!) The girl greets me, I greet her. I smile to her mother, thanking her silently for this beautiful gift... the gift of being looked at without ...
... rates in the world. But how can a tiny country like this compete industrially with the mega-manufacturers like China, Turkey and Germany? Simple: focus on the low quantity, highly valuable items that the big boys might overlook. Take dentures for example. If you wear dentures, chances are they weren't mass produced in a factory in ...
... than I've been having lately. No answer, so I guess that's not going to work out. That leaves me with three options: backtrack to Schaan where supposedly there's a hostel, continue on and stay the night at a hostel in Austria or camp out again. I don't feel like backtracking, so I continue forward, finding a steep trail down the mountain into the valley once ...