Sorell Hotel Ador
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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We have really enjoyed our five days in Germany. There were a couple of things that really surprised us. One was the number of motorbikes of various types that we saw used. Perhaps this was just because we were in the Black Forest and the roads encouraged holidaymakers and the long week-end drivers. It was not unusual to meet large groups of bikers or for cafes and hotels to have signs out say bikers were welcome. The other thing we noticed was the availability of ...
... We are getting a full downpour of snow flakes. Big, wet, fluffy ones. By the time we got back and on the train, Frank the driver let me sit up front (hee hee hee) and tells me that they have gotten 50 cm (approx. 18") of snow since we left this morning. Wow!!! I'm watching him operate the plow as we glide across the tracks. The Swiss have their act together. Our hotel is directly across the train station (it's all in ...
... class. Oh dear. Not again. I was tried my hardest to avoid the question but she blocked the hallway and I had to surrender to the fact that she didn't ask me, she told me I was going. No amount of kicking and screaming, not that I had the strength to do either was going to get me out of this one. Last time I went she nearly ripped the pool boys head off for doing his job, I pray for his sake he has the day off. I don't feel like swimming or doing anything for that matter but ...
... castle to a circus to an ice covered palace and back again. We were super bummed to have forgotten to take the tablet. If I lived here I would go to it every night.
When the show was over we made our way back to the hostel. It took a long time because of the slow moving crowd that was gathered for the show. Even though we could not be in America for Turkey day we still wanted to make sure our pants got too tight. We made a dinner of smoked salmon that ...
... spreading out below us in some sections. There were several small farms along the way, noted by the groups of cows that we passed by. Some of the cows were right on our path, which was a surprise. The first hike ended at Allmendhubel. Like yesterday, this lift station had a restaurant accompanying it. There was also a band playing folky type music, complementing the Swiss mountain backdrop, all we needed was a yodeler. There wasn't much ...