Best Western Hotel Rothaus
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... straight onto the floor. Instead it somehow landed on my legs. Out of concern that she might get cold, I tried to pass the blanket back up to Karen but she wasn't responding. So I rolled the blanket up into a ball, stood up and placed it back onto her bed. I then walked to the other side of the room to plug my phone into the wall charger. Van saw a figure in the dark and called out "Hey Carmen, can you charge my ipod?". Carmen was still in bed and was like "huh?". In ...
... it felt so overly urban. I took a stroll through the old town district and then crossed the river to the more modern (and practical) side of town where the museum was only blocks away. By the time I got there I had about 90 minutes to get through it and back to the car.
The museum itself is quite small, but there is a lot packed in it. The downstairs galleries are quite spacious, with pieces, primarily Picasso canvases, sparingly spread out, but this ...
... around the shops. The Europeans can certainly teach Australia a thing or to about alfresco dining and drinking. Even in the cool climate of Switzerland alfresco places were everywhere. Also you can get a drink of alcohol anywhere food is available including McDonalds. It seems they have a maturity about things that has not yet reached ...
... we sat there feeding these rather hungry animals for about twenty
minutes. The swans are extremely greedy and would have ones arm off if they
Onwards we walked along the historic river banks. Some of the buildings
here have extremely wonderful paint jobs. These can be anything from simply one
side of the building right up to the roof tiles etc and certainly look very
Further down towards the lake there are many piers with ...
Left the camp, in pouring rain again!! Crossed the bridge and we were back in Switzerland again. No customs, or visible border post here, so where we would have got our Swiss road toll form if we did not already have one, who knows? Stopped at Walensee, third largest lake in Switzerland, for coffee. Then on west to the Klausen pass through the canton of Uri. Spectacular drive up a multitude of hairpin bends, ...