Best Western Hotel Storchen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Best Western Hotel Storchen Schoenenwerd
Travel Blogs from Schoenenwerd
... and viewing the local area. It was beautiful and I took many photos of the area. About an hour later we met up with others of our group and had another beer and chat with them.
About 10pm it started getting cold and we made our way back to our hotel and bed. Jackie hit the sack and fell asleep immediately while carried on with the diary.
I don’t have Wi-Fi so I am just writing our day up on Word until it can be transferred.
... Today is our last day of the interrail pass. We are currently on a train bound for Geneva and will then be continuing to Paris. After a whole week in Paris we will be returning home. Lucerne was another lovely stop on the trip. It seems like a great place to explore nearby areas so I would have loved to have stayed for longer. I'm sure at some point I'll do a tour of Switzerland and return here. In the meantime though, I'd better go and brush up on my ...
... passports stamped, but seeing as how so far this was the only place willing to do so, we shelled out the 2.50 Euros each to get that elusive stamp just to say we were there that day. Afterward we continued on to Innsbruck, where we were to spend our lunch break after a short walking tour with Marie to see the Golden Roof, built a very long time ago by Emperor Maximillian. Marie then ...
... had enough room for dessert, so I had a rhubarb cake and Slasher a trio of desserts. He said the panacotta served in a liqueur glass was the best. We enjoyed watching the waitresses cook Weiner schnitzel at the table. The toilet was another experience - down the stairs which were lined with photos of the rich and famous who had dined there, e.g. a number of US Presidents such as Ric********** and Lyndon Johnson as well as Raymond Burr and Roger Federer. I must have spent longer than ...
This hotel was more like a hostel, and it was actually used as a jail many years ago. The doors look as though they were the same doors that were used while it was a jail, and had a funny code system in order to unlock them. The room is tiny with two little beds, a sink and a make-shift bathroom for the toilet and tiny shower. Again, amusement for us.
I needed an ATM so I ventured out to the left of the hotel into town in order to find one. I think there ...