Sunstar Alpine Hotel Lenzerheide
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Yesterday we woke up really early to catch the train to our next family member. Luckily the train station was just up the road so it meant that we were able to leave 15 minutes before it arrived. The train we caught was a scenic train which took us all through the mountains and as high as 2,500 meters above sea level. The views were so incredible! We stopped at Pontresina to change trains and luckily it started snowing just as we got on our next train. At the next stop ...
... of the United States... you can visit the palace of the king of Morocco... but you can't visit the home of the prince of Liechtenstein?! And the royal family is hogging one of the only castles in the entire country?! C'mon guys! Well, at least I can take a parkbench video clip outside of it... I continue on down the mountainside, past another very bizarre house, with long two by six boards dangling all around the edges--definitely an eccentric architect ...
... of Triesenburg. Here each house is separate from the others, American style, and the streets all run along the mountain, making finding a way up a bit of a challenge. Finally I reach what I guess is the "center" of town which is really just the Rathaus, a church, a store a and a library. There is a park bench though, so I figure it's time for my 3rd Liechtenstein concert. For the video clip, ...
... 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 ...
... is right on the other side, and Austria for centuries probably had eyes on expanding its empire westward.
Through the gate, there's not much on the other side. The road starts to go downhill. There's a forest, and some guy walking his dog. I spot a path through the forest and figure maybe it will be a parallel path, so I decide to take it.
It does seem a bit odd to entire this tiny country and only find a wild forest with little sign ...