TripAdvisor Reviews Gasthaus Rosengarten Brunnen
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... with sailing boats and swans.
For my full day in Zürich, I started off by going on a walking tour to get better acquainted with the whereabouts of the city. On the tour we saw the Fraumünster (previously a convent hence the name), walked along the river, saw some old roman ruins, went up a hill to the Lindenhof where there are beautiful views over the city, and finished up at the Grossmunster (big church). Zürich is home to the largest clock face ...
... is round, carries 70, and it rotates as you travel giving 360 degree views. It takes about 45 minutes to reach the top, which is simply breathtaking. There is 5 floors at the top with shops, viewing lounge, photo gallery, restaurant, etc. Right on top one can walk out on a viewing platform and then up onto the snow. We ran into a Kiwi who was skiing there and guessed where we were from by our Macpac jackets. He had been holidaying for three weeks and said that this was the ...
... hope this phenomenon continues.
If there is a major traffic hold up ie road works or accident and the flow is stopped or crawling, cars and trucks (if at all possible) move to the outer edges of the road allowing a clear aisle through the middle for motorcycles to pass through unimpeded.
We were shocked and perplexed when we first noticed the cars parting like the Red Sea under Moses's direction and fellow motorcyclists taking advantage of the new space ...
... Off we went down to better footing with occasional steep hills that required Amelia to get out and walk as we pushed upward and onward. Eventually, after an hour or more, we hit a firm surface winding around farms and rivers reminding us of the setting on our previous biking trip. A headwind off the mountains made pedaling more challenging and unbeknownst to Brett the trailer tire was flat. The next village provided the welcomed sight of a bike shop and ...
... mystique surrounding much of the instruments once used. I know I have enjoyed the small collection that Brownless Library at Melbourne University held. It would always fascinate me and could hold my attention for long periods of time. (Time I should have spent studying :P) It took me a very long time to find the right building, I spent ages and ages getting lost but stumbling on some incredible views of the city, but to my dismay the exhibition was closed. By this time it had ...
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Waldstatterquai 6, Brunnen | 5 star hotelfrom $297
Gersauerstrasse 21, Brunnen | 3 star hotelfrom $139
Axenstrasse 5-7, Brunnen | 3 star hotelfrom $204
Axenstrasse 2, Brunnen | 3 star hotelfrom $132
Axenstrasse 1, Brunnen | Hotelfrom $71