Travel Blogs from Stein am Rhein
... take us to a chocolate shop that specialises in the Swiss adaptation of macaroons. The are much smaller and I think nicer, I know this because on the name of research I had to purchase a couple! We were then taken to a restaurant for our farewell dinner. We were served lamb, I am sure it is only the second time I've had it since being away. After dinner we then headed back to the hotel and a few of us headed to the bar for a farewell drink. It was a good night all ...
... counter. I guess that the political situation, combined with the chance that people will try and take antiquities out of the country (which is illegal), means they have to take extra precautions. Check in went fine, and my bag was checked right through to Paris CDG. (I'm a little worried about this, as I have an overnight layover in Zurich, and who knows where my bag could get to in that time!) Cleared passport control without any issues as well, and still had time to ...
... but the doors were key coded. We found a place called Sam's where we had a Hawaiian pizza with herbs and some Swiss chocolate gelato!!! Needless to say we came back to the hotel I took a "nap" for 2 hrs and then was wishing diary was more of a friend then a foe! This hotel room would be considered flammable to US standards. We are gearing up for another great day! Tomorrow we are looking for a tour to take us up the side of the mountains!!! Güten ...
... seems to have little to boast in terms of obvious attributes that would attract the average tourist. Regrettably, for that reason, Zurich was overlooked when we were short listing places to visit on this trip. Research would likely return information regarding the financial institutions and banking giants which place Zurich among the world's largest financial centres. So, all things ...
... a big chapter here, but not the entire story.
Tell me about a fond memory of a day in Europe.
As I look back over the last 4 months’ worth of blogs and photos and stories that I have gotten to experience I love being able to recapture some of those feelings I had on that day. But the feeling that comes out first is gratitude. What a wonderful gift this has been! I loved playing with the kids that we ...
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 15, Stein am Rhein | Hotelfrom $208
Rhygasse 8, Stein am Rhein | Hotelfrom $192
Charregass 5, Stein am Rhein | Hotelfrom $96