Travel Blogs from Basel
Today was my catch a breath day, sleep in, get some washing done, do some blog, work, downloading photos and posting some postcards – I know that just sounds totally boring when I am supposed to be out exploring but I think you have to do that after a good 13 days of go go go. It was nice to chillax as they say.
Leanne and I had a nice sleep in, we met for a late breakfast at 9am.
A day to explore Basel and Leanne asked if we could specially find her a nice watch, because she wanted something for her recent special birthday.
Hotel Basel is where everything is, walking distance, in the old town, so we …
We slept rather well and awoke relaxed. On getting up we noticed that a section of the picket fence had been blown down in the storm. Allen successfully repaired the fence (we hope!) and emergency reconstructive surgery was performed on a couple of branches of a bush caught by the fence. See attached before and after photos.
Today was a special day for us and we spent it in a very laid-back way just enjoying ...
... lived in Switzerland long enough to have experienced such storms when the temperature got too hot so we were not concerned. The glorious weather would soon be back!
We approached the front door cautiously, key in hand, glasses on Joanne's nose so she could see the buttons on the security alarm properly and together we successfully de-activated it. First test passed with flying ...
Pascal drove us with our car to Zuerich airport, picking us up around 6pm after a days work in and around the house and last minute travel preparations. It was a smooth journey and having checked-in in the morning we didn't have to que too long to check-in our 9 suitcases and surfboard. The kids got excited for our long trip ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Pets allowed