Das Breite Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... to the back of their bikes carrying two little ones sitting comfortably. Some even have a vinyl attachment that works like a front window for the babies to see their mom riding in the front. I think most Swiss here use public transportation, which is sort of sophisticated and clean! We decided to take a long walk again thru the Claraplatz, to the Rhine, walk over down one bridge and walk up on the ...
... were Melte and Sabrina Jonsson from Colmar (a town near Strasbourg and one we had talked about visiting) they ended up helping us plan our france week (they commented on how Linda's map and markings were exactly what they would recommend). They also helped us buy our ticket from Basel to Strasbourg and have invited us to have Champagne (called Cremant but just as good as Champagne) at their home on Monday evening!! He travels all over Europe, US, Asia working for a company which makes ...
... a place to eat lunch. Most of the restaurants were outdoor cafes and it was too cool to sit outside. We found a restaurant that had pizza. We were with Herb, Marsha, and Ellie. We knew prices were very high in Switzerland and kmhad passed restaurants with $50 and $60 meals. We taught pizza would be a good idea. The restaurant was lovely and a 10 inch pizza was $25 francs! We ordered 3 pizzas for the ...
What an adventure it was just to get here, the starting point of our River cruise. We decided to come a day earlier just in the off chance that there might be travel problems, and boy did we have it. Our connecting flight from Frankfurt got the gate changed, then delayed, and the dreaded cancellation. Lufthansa proceeded to issue train tickets for us to get to Basel, which was a 3 hour train ride. The good thing is that the train station is connected to the airport. But ...
... back to Chicago. More than 2 hours later we finished the task (I think?). We spent this adventure going between our hotel room, the hotel lobby and a travel agency which was no help whatsoever with computers and phones calling multiple airlines with varying success. Turns out air travel isn’t very easy. Huh.
Finally, we set off to actually do something. Mary suggested we go up the nearby mountain for a fantastic view of the city (of which I’m sure pictures will ...