Hotel Beau Rivage
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... we sat there feeding these rather hungry animals for about twenty
minutes. The swans are extremely greedy and would have ones arm off if they
Onwards we walked along the historic river banks. Some of the buildings
here have extremely wonderful paint jobs. These can be anything from simply one
side of the building right up to the roof tiles etc and certainly look very
Further down towards the lake there are many piers with ...
... took us to our hotel. We dumped our luggage and put away our valuables in the Electrolux safe!!! which was next to an Electrolux minibar and went out for dinner as we were rather peckish. Deciding that we didn't want to go far we stopped at a restaurant near the golden roof and Beaver had tiroler gröstl and Slug savoured a Wiener schnitzel. Full and happy, we went back to the room and slept like ...
La visite arrived safe and sound and our week of Swiss tourism and catching up began. On the first day there was a mini tour of mini Luzern and then day 2 and 3 we managed to make our way to Jungfrau and stayed overnight at the biggest hotel there. Now when some folks think of Switzerland, perhaps there are some first images that appear..mountains, chocoloate, cows, watches..and wealth. For the later part, yes there is ...
we had bought to celebrate Marianne's return and Stefan's retirement. We had lots of laughs and shared old stories and even some stories and videos from their early days as a couple.
Was time to go to bed because it was going to be an early morning to finish final pack, eat a bite, catch the train and get on the plane to Austin!
... We saw the town hall, clock tower and the Spreuerbrucke (spreuer bridge- with the dance of death paintings). By this time we were so hungry we could eat a cheese fondue! So we did. We also tried a local dish called rostï, which is shredded potatoes baked with cheese and assorted toppings. We chose vegetables. Our server recommended a local white wine called Chateau des Lains, which was a perfect pairing for the cheese. We were so full ...