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Travel Blogs from Weggis
... site we had to travel through the St Gotthard Tunnel. Only 17km long! This goes through a mountain that is 2,108 metres high. Amazing scenery passing the Vierwaldstattersee. Found the site, Camping Reussebruke, fortunately we got there just before 12pm and were met by a gentleman who ushered us into a spot and showed us exactly how we had to park the van! he then told us to bring the passports later as 'Vee are shutting ...
... up to him to see if he was alright, and he said he was fine, but it scared the hell out of me (...and I think Chris too)! Inside the hotel lobby, I could tell that he was out of it even though he said he was fine, so we requested an additional fifteen minutes before regrouping to see the Chapel Bridge. While waiting for our bags in the room, I routinely quizzed Chris. "Do you feel dizzy?" "Is your vision blurry?" "How's your head?" "Do you want some water?" "Really, are ...
... she generously invited us to her home in the little quiet mountain town.
Even though the light drizzle was temporarily interspersed with heavy rain, we got in the car, accompanied by Isa's friend Melanie, and drove off to Santis, the highest peak in all of the pre-alps area known as Appelzell. The view was spectacular!*
A sturdy picknick lunch consisting of various Swiss bread, ...
... its ongoing construction with temporary exhibitions and new presentations of its collection.
The Museum is inspired by the spirit of Marcel Duchamp. Marcel encourages people to reconsider their understanding of "contemporary art" and "museum".
I walk out of the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art and head to the restaurant Faim.
Faim is a sleek cafe on the Right Bank. Good photo ...
Who would you dedicate your travel blog to?
The Uetliberg. It is the highest point at the top of a mountain within Zurich, and it is the first thing I see when I wake up in the morning, and the last thing I see when I go to sleep. It’s been an inspiration that keeps me climbing.
Interview with the authors: ALEXANDER
Would you do it again? "no"
Are you ...