TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Amaris Olten
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... Zurich and got in at 4 in the afternoon. We took a quick train to our hotel in the Old Town of Zurich. We got quite a warm welcome and a "gutentag" from the friendly staff. We were only staying in Zurich for about 40 hours in order to get on the correct timezone. We had wonderful weather (except for the fog over the Alps) and walked around the town. ...
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I was so glad that I picked the right car for this situation. There was very little drama, except for the scenery flying past the window like the view from the Millennium Falcon reaching the speed ...
Olten is a town that is near and dear to my heart. It is where my Grandfather grew up and where my Mum's Grandma Pia lived, who was like another mom to her.
It's a gorgeous Sunday morning and of course, we go to mass.
St. Martin Church.
This is the church my Grandpa was baptized in when he was a baby, where he grew up and met his life long best friend who ended up marrying my ...
... other brands, pharmacy, souvenir shops, etc. But they closed pretty early at 7pm. Since it was autumn, the day ended pretty much early, by 5pm the day started to turn dark.
After that, we proceed to hotel which was located outstation. Frankly, the location wasn't convenient if we don't have transport, but the scenery was so nice, especially in the morning. It was just so calm, peaceful, and fresh ...