Gasthof Zum Schutzen
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... started at a place called road house where their cheapest drink was 12 franc honey mojito which is still quite expensive. It was so hot in there Janna and I sat outside where it was cool. We got over the heat so there was a maccas next door and they had toblerone mcflurrys and ovaltine ones so I got a mixture of both it was amazing. After roadhouse we went to another pub which had 7franc tequila shots, 5franc house shots and 8franc jäger bombs. This is where most of us got ...
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 ...
... the views at a leisurely pace is a treat! Both of the boys are really developing an eye for photography, and Jon took tons of pictures today!
After a long day trekking through central Switzerland, we all went for dinner and then home for a well deserved sleep!
Tomorrow... Santis Mountain... and G has promised that the the walking will be easier! I certainly hope so!
... but, with limited internet access in Weingarten you take it when you can get it. And, the computers were amazing.
I was on the search for chocolate. Probably the one of few things I wanted to find. It didn't take long to find a chocolate shop. I could have spent the day in there. Walking in the store with automatic doors opening before you I could feel my mouth salivating. The displays of chocolate were beautiful. Each ...
... my backup flash camera! I trekked around the town and across its famous covered bridges until night fall, when my camera was rendered blurry and useless. I was quite tired and hungry at this point, so I took the train back home and joined Rebecca for a pasta dinner with a nice salad.
Not your typical Halloween, but I wouldn't trade this adventure for any amount of candy or false fangs :)