Au Parc Hotel Fribourg
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today is : Monday October 6, 2014 The Weather was : Coolish in the am. Sunny in the afternoon. Today’s main activities were : Zurich then back to family Got up latish and had another nice breakfast. Cant recall the last time i stayed in a hotel with hookers working the same street... By day Zurich is much nicer, the part we are in is a bit seedy by night. One thing they have plenty of here is water, and they hose everything down overnight, this neighbourhood included. Anyway ...
... did marry his daughter's mother and they together had two sons. He went back to Germany and fell in love with a cousin of his that had just divorced. He was a bit of an eccentric but an interesting man. He died at the age of 76 in Princeton N.J. where he had been teaching.
It only took us about 15 minutes to get to our hotel in Fribourg. It's a lovely hotel and very new. However, they don't have a restaurant, so we have to walk out ...
... That last kilometer was demanding, and the kids needed a little more motivation than usual to get to the top. Let's face it, hiking is not necessarily their favorite activity (yet), and both of them took turns complaining along the trail, often with a little drama thrown in for good measure. To their credit, however, both of them dug deep and mustered the will and strength to make it across the finish line. They were rewarded with an ice-cold Swiss ...
... and I dropped Jacki and the boys off and continued on to Fribourg. Fribourg has a beautiful old city (see photos and commentary). That night for dinner and the final nail in my tummies coffin was the Raclette. If you have never had it, I would advise you to try it as it is very tasty. My tummy was a little sore before I started dinner so I proceeded with care but never the less that night I spent most of the night with tummy cramps from my indulgence - that will teach ...
... them. There's a very small train-car, almost like a roller coaster cart, that carries people from the old city below up the steep slope to the center of town nicknamed the "poop car" because it runs off of sewage water and smells like ****! Most of our group decided to take a different route back to our part of town- a walk through the very small red light district of Fribourg. Only two girls were out doing their thing since it was still early in the evening- but interesting nonetheless!