Bad Ramsach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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This morning we woke to rain and very low cloud and thought our day up in the mountains on the Pilates. It is the worlds steepest cog wheel railway 48% gradience, takes 35 mins and then we got the aerial cableway and the aerial gondolas which take 45 mins. When we got on the bus the cloud and rain disappeared and had a really good morning, what a view, but like most beautiful things the camera can't do justice. We were ...
... that feels and was glad to share that with her. As I mention in my book "Camels to Caviar", it can be very lonely as a tour manager, but to be able to share this evening and dinner with my colleague was very special.
Our experience with Mt Pilatus was beyond memorable. What started as a sunny warm day turned out quite differently. We first started with bus problems and our guide telling me "that French woman wont move her bus (in front of ...
... is incredible and really evokes emotion in a person who looks at it. It's very detailed and you actually feel sorry for the lion. We found some great gift shops which were filled with amazing Swiss clocks. Danny and I want one for the house! Some are so detailed and look amazing. The streets of lucerne are really lovely and there is left over snow on the sidewalks from a few days ago. There are mountains really close which feel very big and they look ...
... police drama because of the constant wailing of the emergency sirens. Yesterday I was in a Paris movie - perhaps an inspector clusoe! More interesting facts on Zurich is that they have set themselves a target to use 1 million tonnes of CO2 per person by 2050. They have a high standard of living and high wages but apparently they work long hours (I can't see how that can qualify them for a high standard of living). The drinking age is 16 for beer and wine and 18 for spirits and ...
The lady we are staying with is a school teacher so we went to school with her in the morning until 12:00.The children were about 1 year younger then us, they learn English at school but they're not very good. We communicated by them saying ...