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- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... The best tree trunks were tied together as huge rafts and taken down the Rhine to the Netherlands. A lot of wood was needed for the shipping industries in the Netherlands and for the glass and mining industries. So by the 17th century half of the forest had been cut down for industry and the region became less hostile. There are some mountains in the Black Forest- Feldberg 1493m, Herzogenhorn 1415m and Belchen 1414m. The Black Forest is owned in allotments by farmers ...
... to A$302. From Vevey it rained all the way to Basel via Bern, the Swiss capital. I saw a little bit of snow on the tops of the mountains, but not a lot, I saw more in Northern Europe in June last year. Last time I was in Vevey I visited a couple of chocolate factories but not today.“ We arrived at the MS Excellence Queen in Basel (pronounced Barsel) at 4:30 pm. This ship is a sister ship of the MS Excellence Rhone but is much newer, ...
... street selling pins for the evening. At one point a marching band playing a song by P!nk came down the road so we followed them and the surrounding crowd into a corridor where we were able to listen to more songs including their rendition of "happy". Our last stop in Basel was the Museum Tinguely where much of Jean Tinguely's work is and most functional. How can I describe his work, maybe the best way to understand is through the photos but they are large ...
... up for two nights, and also show us around. This proved to be fascinating, and Peter could easily get a job as a local tour guide!
Basel is a very old town, with many buildings going back five and six centuries, but still in use as houses, shops or offices, and still in remarkably good condition. Peter took us to a local pub for lunch during our tour of the town, where we enjoyed some typical local ...
One of the city’s most notable landmarks is the Chapel Bridge, a wooden bridge built in the 14th century. Flocked by Japanese tourists everywhere (with all the latest gadgets in hand) we took lunch near the bridge and both enjoyed a typical Swiss potato rosti which hit the spot.
Excited to see our buddies we didn’t hang ...