BEST WESTERN Hotel Wartmann
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... on Dutch art of the 17th century with historical paintings of biblical scenes, portraits, everyday scenes, landscapes, and still life. In 1998 the miniature portrait collection Emil S.Kern was donated to the City of Winterthur. More than 500 works provided an overview of the European art of portraiture from 16th to 19th century.
After a long day of touring museums I decided to go back to Winterthur, eat dinner, and go to bed. ...
... for us birds to leave the nest, but I think it was good for us and good for our families too.
Not the least of our accomplishments comes from Lea's FitBit bracelet which has measured each step and mile that Lea has taken, thus, the pack of us.
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... site we had to travel through the St Gotthard Tunnel. Only 17km long! This goes through a mountain that is 2,108 metres high. Amazing scenery passing the Vierwaldstattersee. Found the site, Camping Reussebruke, fortunately we got there just before 12pm and were met by a gentleman who ushered us into a spot and showed us exactly how we had to park the van! he then told us to bring the passports later as 'Vee are shutting ...
... and floating steps the were suspended high above the ground. Sometimes I was scared but I kept clipping my hooks on and figuring out what I needed to do to get across the obstacle. Daliah and I waited for each other. Sometimes we helped each other. It was so amazing and so much fun. I am so glad that Kurt and Nina took us to the Rhine Falls and the Adventure ...
... Lake of the Four Cantons, we soon found ourselves wandering amongst a much more stereotypical Swiss city. Lucerne has a much more cheery feel to its character in my opinion, with vibrant flowers in most every windowsill, brightly colored homes, and streets filled with smiling people (even in the rain and on a Sunday, when most shops are typically closed). Strolling through the cobble stone streets filled with innumerable Swiss watch and knife ...