Gasthof zum Goldenen Kreuz

Address: Landstrasse 15, Rafz, Zürich, 8197, Switzerland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Landstrasse 15, Rafz, is near Swiss Trails and Family Walters farm.
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Travel Blogs from Rafz

Boating, Gondola, Views... Rigi Bahn !

A travel blog entry by bmah on Feb 22, 2014

22 photos

What a gorgeous bright blue day!

Apparently it`s been quite warm for the season and today is heading +10 and over.
(and here it's Celsius, none of that Farenheit old-school confusion)

Breathtaking view as we walk towards Lake Lucerne (der Vierwaldstättersee). Look at the 2 photos of Lucerne across the river in here - just awesome!

We are surrounded by the Swiss Alps. Unreal. They shimmer and it looks photo-shopped but ...

Wow, the Rhine!

A travel blog entry by sethsokol on Aug 03, 2013

16 photos

Lake Bodensee was beautiful and then I got to the Rhine, with its blue waters and people chilling everywhere. You can simply jump in the water (off the bridge is optional), float down the river, and walk back. And do it again if you'd like.  Stein am Rhein is also a spectacularly cute (is that possible) ...

Switzerland, the end of the trip.

A travel blog entry by psing on Jul 20, 2013

... the larger cantons. However, unlike our Senate it is not a House of Review. Both Houses have the same function. They debate any changes to legislation or possible new legislation (Bills). To become a law both Houses must agree and then it may go to the people for final approval. A little complex but interesting. I'll stop there. I've got written information on their system if anyone is interested. And a footnote. Women got the vote in 1970. A decade before ...


A travel blog entry by megs-anoop on Sep 02, 2012

1 comment, 55 photos

... the French king during the French Revolution. It was quite impressive so we sat down on a bench to look at it for a while and wait for the tour group to finish taking all their photos. While we waited, we quite enjoyed watching everyone decide how they wanted to pose for their photos. There was quite a variety of poses and we decided that perhaps we should step it up a bit in terms of photo poses as ours are not nearly as interesting as ...

Day 345 - Free to Roam

A travel blog entry by everett.butler on Oct 17, 2011

43 photos

Wandering without pause,
reason, purpose or cause.

Lost in the ether of the world,
slipping like shades through the fog.

Invisible and forgotten by those left behind,
a life without anchor lived reckless and wild.

Always moving, always changing,
never stopping for explaining.

Just a fury of emotions,
memories, experiences ...