Hotel Rigi Kaltbad
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... train trips. This travel is way less stressful than driving and I get to look out at the countryside too! On arrival in Basel, we kind of walked around lost for a bit unsure of where to go to get the next train. We found the so called immigration clearance - which was unmanned - so we walked straight through to the Switzerland side of the train station. We had to wait 10 or so minutes for our train to appear on the schedule - and during this time we looked for somewhere to ...
... spending time on the bridge and visiting the town, we decided to eat lunch at the restaurant that our new friend Grasielle recommended. We enjoyed an especially good funghi pasta. When we asked for the check, we found out that our friend Grasielle had called ahead and arranged a very nice discount on our lunch. I'll never forget that gesture or Grasielle regardless of my ...
... Gma decide to board the train early along the path and my Gpa and I decide to keep walking. Two hours later, we are running towards a little train stop, before the train takes off and we are stuck..again. We ended up walking for almost 4 hours and finally caught up to the train. I basically jump on all hot, sweaty and red in the face, and end up falling asleep right there in the chair. I wake up at the end of the line.
... sunk into it. Felt different to what I thought- more like sticky crushed ice than powder. We played in it a bit and attempted a snow angel but snow went down our pants- it was freezing! We tested out our toboggans and it was awesome they went super-fast. After a few little runs, we hit the main track. It was out of control. One of the most fun things I have done. You go sooo fast and the corners are so tight you really have to dig your feet in and try ...