Hotel Terrasse Am See
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... whose shape is quite discernible and amusing; see pictures. Heading now to Munich, I had an easy trip past Lake Constance and through rolling, green German farmland and, after a little trouble with my sense of directions, found the home of my Couchsurfing host Henry. A little gruff at first, I eventually warmed to up to my eccentric host, who’d worked on a construction site in Sydney in the ’80s, worked and lived for 4 years as written ...
Hopefully, your summer is going well and you are enjoying every moment of it. As for me, I'm not sure how many more of these travels I will have, but I've enjoyed writing them down, not just for you, but also for me...you never know...
... and I arrived in Zurich Switzerland last night. Morocco was amazing to say the least and definitely an experience like no other I've had so far. I booked a guided tour through an organization called We Love Spain!, which was definitely the way to go because our transportation, sleeping accomodations, meals and guided tours were set up for us. Doing all of this on my own would have been very time consuming, costly and frankly not as safe. While the Moroccan people ...
... a seat right in front next to the driver. We could really see and feel the steepness and understand why the cogs are needed. In Vitznau, we left the station for the long 200 feet walk to the hotel. The room is nice, clean, and has a view of the Swiss Mountains and a peek a boo lake view as well. However, it is hot in the room and there is no A/C so we shutter it up and hope the sun is off it later and it cools off. Vitznau is a lot different after the ...
... church, we walked around some more. We found a little man-made island-type thing made by the Needle Dam in the middle of the Reuss River. It was a great place to take pictures and get a good view of the heart of Lucerne.
We then walked back over the Chapel Bridge and to the train station where we got some more pretzel wrapped hot dogs at Brezel König. After walking down some main streets, we saw Allison and Dallin zoom by in the rental van. They saw us and ...