Gasthof Zum Schutzen
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Breakfast Available
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... from King Ludwig II in Bavaria and his famous castle, Neuschwanstein (New Swan Stone), of which you can see a photo in my very first blog entry from Germany. Anyway, it was a nice day and a nice trip. There are two unfortunate results of this trip that I dare to mention. One, the tasty Swiss dark chocolate I purchased to send home, mysteriously disappeared on a piece by piece ...
Today we relaxed in the morning and Kate and Simon made us a delicious breakfast...bread, cheese, and honey, eggs, strawberries, watermelon, and coffees (it is not brewed coffee here..more like espresso. Then we took a train into y where we walked around, took pictures, coffee and fondue for lunch! We then traveled by train to Broc and explored the Caviller chocolate factory and walked around the ...
... t they Apple! We catch the next train 15 mins later after procuring some sweets to dine on later in the day. We arrive in Zurich 3pm. Make our way to the city centre - not as much sunshine here and hence feels cooler than Lucerne. We meander around the city taking in the sights - we make it to the lake front and look for a cruise tour, one has just gone as the next is not until 6:30 and goes for an hour and a half. Just a bit late for us to get ...
If there was a word for Switzerland, an adjective, I'd have to say idyllic. Perhaps it's just the time of year, but every city I've been too has just been so nice and peaceful, and a cross between past and present. With its ever present mountains and lakes, the picture of Switzerland just is idyllic. Despite the Swiss rumored to always be on time, there's no rush at all (perhaps unless it's near closing time).
... I have had my entire trip (probably because I was sleeping the entire time). Mario's dad, Franco had a good point when he mentioned that this was probably due to the fact that there are so many international diplomats flying to Geneva, so logically, they would use the newest planes. Once the plane landed in Geneva, I successfully made it through customs, baggage claims, and such, when I then walked out to meet Franco. It was great to see a friendly face ...