Sunstar Alpine Hotel Lenzerheide
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Heated pool
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
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Day 279 3 hrs, 5 kms As the road winds down the mountainside towards Vaduz, it turns into a touristy trail, complete with a map showing all the towns of the country, a total of 11, almost all of them within easy reach clustered together in the valley. I immediately know what I have to do: parkbench every single one of them. If I don't, I may regret this missed opportunity to thoroughly explore Liechtenstein, for the rest of my life! There's also a ...
... a spot with a view of the town, and surrounding slopes partially covered in clouds, giving the area a bit of a mystical feel. No more towns farther uphill it seems, for which I must say I'm glad. And I don't have to retrace my steps down the mountain. I find narrow road that plunges through the mist, past solitary waterfalls and steep cliffs wich takes me to my next town: Vaduz, the ...
... then down to the main drag, which, without well preserved European architecture, actually feels a little more like the USA, with randomly positioned businesses and offices. One business I have to take a picture of is a Turkish doner place (called a "kebap" here), a reminder that the Turkish doner IS the official fast food of ...
... flag, the words of a song of mine come to mind.
AIM FOR THE PRIZE
For the first time I think I see that waving banner
Off in the distance there’s the finish line
Although I still have miles of struggle
There’s a new sense of excitement at that sight
Many times I thought I’d never finish
Sometimes I thought I’d settle for halfway
But now seeing that flag in the distance
See victory because ...
... greets me as I pass, no one seems very interested in chatting or learning more about this odd stranger passing through. Very much a mind your own business culture. Hopefully I'll have some real conversations on my next visit. Right now I'm going to end this segment in a classy way: Maienfeld is the area that inspired the children's classic, Heidi. A book I read as a child which fueled my fascination with ...