Hostellerie am Schwarzsee
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... to go up the mountain, as we had about 2 minutes after we bought tickets before the funicular left, taking us up to the top starring down the tracks. As the ticket salesperson had reassured us that although there were a few clouds in the distant mountains, we would still have a good view of the city, I was expecting to go through clouds as the observation deck must be above the clouds. However, they never eventuated and by the time we had reached the top and walked the short ...
... we’d timed it pretty well, as we entered the tavern just after 3.15pm – i.e. plenty of time to find a back up if the game wasn’t on.
We were in luck, the Kiwi owner of the pub was definitely showing the game, so we sat down to enjoy the match, Oktoberfest beer in hand and pretzels to munch on. 4pm rolled around and with ol’ Justin Marshall (the worst ...
... more than 20m. We indulged in a beef soup for lunch, it was that or curry. I think the owner of the restaurants were Indian as it was 'self service' curry, or the Bollywood restaurant. Just an observation there. We spent the best part of the day up on the highest point in Europe, and headed the slow and steep journey home, with our paid for tickets! It was just a quick stop here, and tomorrow we are heading to Munich. Staying in a 40 bed dorm...oh errrrr, saved 10€ though! ...
... noticed some of the well dressed old dears earlier sporting a tan which would have put the Gold Coast to shame and just thought it must have been snow - burn but judging from the conversation as they gathered at the station -no - this is where those who have made their money escape to enjoy it.
As the train pulled in a lady with a dog got off and another larger dog waiting on the platform started barking and pulling on it's lead. Unfortunately that lead was attached to an ...
Say it ain't so, but there is a small neighborhood in Geneva that's reminiscent of Gaudi's work, but it actually wasn't done by him. If you wander to the north side of the train station - yes, the other side, go to the "dark" side, you'll find this about 3 blocks away. It's newer age makes it much more vivid and a fun playground and complex to live in.
The rest of the morning consisted of a round trip boat ride on the lake to take in the views before walking to ...