Hotel Bel Air Romantik & Spa
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... way but mostly by the road. This wasn't a problem as there were not many cars around. The river is from a large lake formed by a hydro dam that supplies the majority of the countries water. We wandered into the Outdoor Art Gallery at Lultzehausen, which is six large carved stone sculptures, each unique, set in the woods and fields.
Matty hung with his dad for the day... and loved it.
... hear the final score of Brasil vs Chile. Hugo has pronounced European pizza to be far superior to american and told our waiter that although I (his mom) is from the US, he is not. And that he is rooting for Belgium in the upcoming US-Belgium match. Tomorrow, we are off to ...
... a beautiful site, and is immaculately manned by the War Graces Commission. As with all the cemetery's, it was a fitting resting place for some many War Hero's. George was my Nana's brother, husband to Eve, and father to Linda. We should never forget them, which we don't, but unfortunately we seem to forget what they went through, as fighting around the World still continues ... After a really interesting and worthwhile day, we stopped in at a campsite, to continue ...
... selecting a cafe was that it needed air-conditioning. Guess what, that is hard to find, so we settled for a cafe which had a breeze, even though intermittent.
After lunch we decided to go the the other side of the city, we found the palace were the Prince lives, he was in residence because his flag was flying. We also came across the casements. This is a series of tunnels and fortifications that is dug into the cliff face and city walls. Marg calls them hermit holes, to ...
... was feeling the cold straight away…we must have gotten used to it…we had a few minutes to burn before the tour started so we stopped at a nice modern coffee shop opposite the Castello for a coffee first.
The Hop on Hop off Milan tour bus was very good…similar to all the other ‘Hop on Hop off tours’ we have been on through the year. You get a simple tour around all the main areas…the commentary gives you a snapshot history of ...