Aarau-West Swiss Quality Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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Today is the last day of riding! Am excited cause Kim and I are going to enjoy the thermal baths in Baden. The day started pretty out pretty much the same, Kim and I took off before Sara and BJ. We rode out of town and onto the trail 8 that follow the river to Brugge then Baden. More cow fields and beautiful scenery, small towns and amazing bridges were seen. We rode about twenty kilometers to Baden, both us were done with the bikes and ready ...
I've never been to Switerland nor Zurich.
This would be my 1/2 time, as it was only a stop-over on our way to Lisboa.
However, in spite of the almost 3 hours that we had there, we decided to give the airport a raid.
Though it's not that large, it takes you a while from one wing to another, as it is U-shaped.
The main wing cover the attractions - you know, your usual airport locations: souvenir shops, magazine stands, a lot ...
... clean fast, quiet, and on 3 levels. But all the announcements are in Swiss German so you have to be prepared. In no time I am there and with one hour to have a quick look at Zurich town… before catching the next train to Aarau, where ever that is, and … if I can just get out of this station first!!
Afternoon at Aarau with Gabrielle and a lesson for me on the master Nathan. These are the finest stables I ...
... of this beautiful cosmopolitan city. Firstly to the train station, this is normally the hub of the city, to get our bearings. We walked to see one of Lucerne most visited monuments, the Monument of the Dying Lion. It’s calved out of solid rock to depict the heroic death of the Swiss mercenaries at the Tulleries in 1792. We then walked through the old town and back via the Chapel Bridge. Constructed in the 14th century, the water ...
... headed for the hotel so that we could Skype with the kids. They weren't thrilled that I wanted them to sign on and chat with me. Cam asked if we could do it later today. He had forgotten that later for him meant the middle of the night for us.
We did a walking tour of the city this afternoon. The old town is small enough that we could zip back to the hotel if we needed to. We paid 2 CHF each to use the restroom at ...