Hotel St. Gotthard Basel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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What an amazing Hotel. After the hectic drive to London Central and the train trips we had, had enough. The Hotel St Gotthard is directly across the road from the Railway Station. We checked in and found to our amazement 'the perfect welcome'. Candles, Chocolates, Champagne what more could we ask for. The Staff and the Hotel are definitely a 5 star rating. Thank You :)
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After yet another good nights sleep, we had to endure the Breakfast Buffet again. Fantastic again, service fantastic also.
Once we had filled ourselves we went up to the room and I started working on this Blog to bring it up to date. Rob went out for an explore and a chat with the guy at Reception, who happens to be from Perth, small world …
Woke up after a great nights sleep and keen for the Breakfast Buffet. We weren't disappointed, the Breakfast Room is full of history, beautiful features, so well laid out. The staff were amazing and very welcoming.
After breakfast we went back to the room and prepped for some exploring. Off to Basel Central for a little exploring. We have …
Everyone was up early in the COJ Cottage. We were all heading our separate ways. Harri off to work, Chez off to the Green Man Festival and we were heading to Switzerland.
We said our short goodbyes (no tears from Mum) to Chez and Harri and headed off to London via the M4. Love this drive, smooth, quick and fun. Then BANG we hit London …
... An interesting local ferry caught Victor's eyes, it had a long wire hooked to it from an overpass about 7 stories high, it just let the current of the river guide the ferry. The locals use them to cross to the other side of the river without walking all the way to the bridge. One would call the Fahrimaa with a bell from the landing stage. It was one of four ferries that cross the river that way. We had ...
... valves for coffee (that let the CO2 out of the bag after the roasted coffee is bagged) and other expandable packaging materials. She was an elegantly dressed French woman - so friendly. She said New Orleans was her favorite place in the US (she swore that she tells everyone that) and has been on a swamp tour. We are now in the train to Strasbourg. We were going merrily along until about five minutes before Strasbourg, when the train inexplicably stopped in a corn field. We have ...