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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... of the medieval town’s cobbled streets and wooden bridge with a glimpse of an imposing castle (?) on the riverbank, we began our night at an American-themed bar with two of Luca’s mates. Several hours and Swiss beers later we returned home in a taxi after 1am, somehow not waking anyone.
Sun 5/1Waking up tired and still stricken by a pesky cough I’d had for a few days, Luzia decided that, along with the poor weather, the planned trip to ...
... with a sucking little noise as their tongues click against the backs of their teeth. I won't bother with that interpretation. It's not like I have been the target of any of those non-verbal communications.
... if it was the tree...turns out Gongkin trees grow fruit that eventually falls and rots on the ground. When you stand on it, it explodes and the vomit-dog poo aroma sets on anywhere it hits. Unfortunately it was us! Grumble...grumble :S
Dan has never been ice skating, so we took a hike up to the largest ice skating ring in Switzerland for a bash at it. Had heaps of fun, and like most things, got shown up by the little kids.
We meet some really ...
After a day of rest from the wedding weekend we decided to (re)discover the surroundings of Trimbach. The plan was to go to Wisen and walk from the there to the old ruin of the Froburg Castle.
So after a hearty lunch at Kevin's place, the bus brought us from Trimbach via Hauenstein to Wisen. Coming from Singapore it was amazing how quiet the town was (okay to put it ...
... book :P) and service is over. And then come the small swarm of people - "Nicole this is my cousin, and this is the boy I went to kindergarden with and this and this and this..." - and all I can manage is 'Hallo' and smile..and I feel lost in a sea of random people. And then just as fast as they came, they all say Adieu! and are gone.
From there we walk to my Great Aunt and Great ...