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Travel Blogs from Stein am Rhein
... miss him.) the room has AC, so it's safe to take a hot bath, and so I do. Bubbles almost to the ceiling! After that I put on the robe provided (which I'm always excited about, but then put one on and find it uncomfortable and too warm, so take off immediately), get all my blister paraphernalia sorted and sit on the bed. It is like a cloud. Really. It's also adjustable. I can't wait to go to sleep. In fact, I don't, as after I clean out blisters/holes ...
... Never have I seen something as funny and down right crazy, in my life. Today saw the addition of blue ski pants to my growing clothes collection. I was so lucky that I found the perfect shade of blue, which matches my ski jacket and my back pack. Put that all together with my dark blue snow shoes, my white beanie and my blonde hair and I could almost pass as Smurfet from the Smurfs! What a sight. Went shopping with my grandmother, while my grandfather temporarily turned the apartment ...
... 9 at night because it was still so warm. Then we came home, had some Drinks and got changed and took the Train into the City. There we went to the top of the tallest building in Zürich, the Prime Tower and had some Cocktails before heading home ...
... on or chat to ;-) however I think I counted 5 women
in the entire place, it was more of a guys only gay night but we still
had fun! ...and FYI gay flight attendants are a bunch of racist, evil
joke telling *****es after a drink! Also I didn't get hit on by any guys
which I'm not sure if I'm happy or disappointed about, but I think it's
all because I dance like a straight guy, that's what I'm going to blame
it on anyway!
I have no idea why ...
My next stop on my tour of Central Europe was Zürich. I got into the city at night and after being a bit overwhelmed by how big the train station was at first, I got my bearings and found my hostel.
I spent the next day seeing all of the sites in the city. First I took the Polybahn, a funicular, up to see a great view of the city and the two main universities, ETH Zürich and the University of Zürich.
Other places to stay in Stein am Rhein
Oehningerstrasse 2, Stein am Rhein | 3 star hotelfrom $259
Fortenbach 239, Stein am Rhein | 3 star hotelfrom $148
Rathausplatz 2, Stein am Rhein | Hotelfrom $208
Rhygasse 8, Stein am Rhein | Hotelfrom $192
Charregass 5, Stein am Rhein | Hotelfrom $96