Hotel & Restaurant Alte Rheinmuhle
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... the other 3 stories are taken up by offices. This is nice, actually, as we have little noise at night.
Food was still pretty expensive, so we bought groceries for dinner and watched Game of Thrones through a combo of Chromecast, HBOToGo, and some software Jeff downloaded that makes us seem to HBO to still be in the USA. And those were all the sights we saw today.
Today's countables: no qualifiers
Day 3 attraction count: 0
Full trip count: 10
... br> Plane Seating Config: 2-5-2
People spread out really quick. Quite a few just took over the mid-sections and lay down to sleep.
Lots of "sick" people on plane - coughs & colds it seemed. We're healthy - better stay that way and not pick up any plane-bugs.
T got to start his re-immersion into Swiss-German with talking to the ...
... push the argument for quality at the expense of quantity? We’ll find out shortly I think.
Gratitude and Thanks!
It is almost more the case of having to finish the run, rather than wanting to complete it.
And I have to say, the fact that so many people out there have supported The Run with sponsorship, financial support, encouragement, advice, whip cracking, physio, creams, sprays, gels, bandages, supports, trusses, emails, blog comments and ...
... with old buildings, quaint little shops and cobbled streets. It’s very busy at night with lots of people wandering around. There are plenty of bars and restaurants here, many people still smoke in Europe and they are banished to the outside tables.
We decided to extended our stay at the Bristol Hotel in Zurich to Monday evening 13th May and to just do day trips to villages of interest. Rather than moving on and carting suitcases around the ...
... a little bit smaller and missing the famous bridge. In true Swiss style Stefan had a full program planned for us today. We headed north past Appenzell and took a cable car to Ebenalp. Fom there we walked down a very very long way to the Sealpsee Lake. On the way we encountered a Swiss musician who sat on the hillside playing his piano accordian and entertaining the walkers. Not to be outdone Stefan produced a trumpet from his back pack and joined in. ...