Villa Silvana Im Waldhaus Flims Mountain Resort & Spa
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... and see the medieval houses, so we gawked at the church where previous royals are buried. The new-classical architecture was stunning. We got a chance to do some shopping with Dave adding to his pin collection while Daphne got a cute music box that plays "It's a Small World", seems appropriate for this trip! We ultimately had to say goodbye to Liechtenstein all too soon, so perhaps "see you later" is more ...
We actually got to sleep in until 7am - unheard of. Spent half the day at Liechtenstein and visited their local Chapel (Cathedral in Dorf). Saw the prince and princess drive past in their huge motorcade. Liechtenstein is a very small town, only 7/8 Km's in radius. A lot ...
... enough for me to accept that staying quietly within the vicinity of the hotel may be sensible and so I settled in the lounge writing and drawing while Emma ventured forth to explore further.
It's never a good idea to try to explore a deeply catholic country on a Sunday. Many of the shops and cafes were closed and the town was very sleeping until the tour buses arrived and tourists headed straight for the ...
... it felt as though we were viewing a video travelogue.
What at we love about this location
Crisp mountain air
Snow dressed peaks
The avenue on which our hotel fronts which is lined with impressive modern and at times satirical sculptures The historical square at the end with traditional stone churches
The decorative facades on public and religious buildings
The extreme tasteful, chic window shopping.
The friendly, generous service at the hotel and ...
The start of the day found us at our rental just outside Schywz, Switzerland. We hopped in the car about 8:30 this morning and headed to our 2nd country of the day, Liechtenstein. Stopped in the city of Vaduz. Walked around town, listened to the church bells chime 11:00am and got my passport stamped! Onward to our 3rd country of the day, Austria.