Travel Blogs from Savognin
... got to have them in pairs.
- The country of Liechtenstein is so small that in 2007, Swiss troops accidentally invaded it after getting lost in a rainstorm.
- Our place has a fallout shelter (below), and if you don't have one they charge you a penalty tax. The country has enough of these shelters to accommodate 8.7 million people.
That's enough exercise for our brains today.
Who woulda thought? Germany beating Brasil 7 to 1. For my German friend Max's 11 second thought on the subject just click here
Departed Vienna early on the road to Switzerland to visit my cousin Roger and his partner Joe who have invited me to stay with them in the Alps for a few days. Their home is high in the mountains (1100 meters up) in ...
... one person who has tested my tolerance levels. Travelling through here I am reminded of my favourite childhood book, Heidi. The cows even have bells around their necks as the freely wander around the hills side. I keep looking for her but she is no where to be seen. Tomorrow we head to Lucerne and another train journey. It's great to be off the bus for a while and the views seem even better by ...
Today we went to Zurich, and it was a long day. Near the end I was tired. It was a 1 hour drive to Zurich. We first went to where mum and dad lived 15 years ago. We then went to the old part of town. We also did some shopping on a famous street called Bahnhofstrasse. We then had lunch at ...
... says about them. But they are in almost every town, some with dates from the early 1900s on them. My brakes had been feeling fine until the rainy day yesterday. All in a day, a rainy day, they seem to have lost a lot of the brake pad. My firms brakes are now soft and squishy. Just what we need for a trip to the mountains. But a quick trip into one of the many bike shops on the route (this one in Reichenau) and I had a new set in under five ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking