Romantik Hotel Restaurant Au Sauvage
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- Babysitting service
- Conference facilities
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... ham) and salad with pomme frites. Very authentic restaurant according to our host Suzanne. We also had dessert of fruits and meringue and ice cream - hot.
Then a trip over the road to the cathedral - amazing building circa 1433, great glass windows etc... And unfortunately the bell tower was closed so missed the 300 odd steps. Then a stroll though the old town and down to the river to see the old ...
... If it was sunny and hot, we could take the kids to the one of the public pools in the area or even venture out to a public beach on a nearby lake. If the weather was cool and dry, there were many hikes or bike rides to choose from in the region. Finally, if it was raining, we could stay in and play games, walk around town, or tour the nearby cheese and chocolate factories. We had plenty of fun activities to choose from, but regardless of the weather, ...
Yes I agree my time in Switzerland was a little uneventful but the highlights for me were catching up with friends and the beautiful scenery everywhere you look - picture postcard. I would like to say food was a highlight as well but it almost killed me so it got scrubbed from the list. On our way to Michi's home we stop at the village of Gruyeres (yes the cheese) and had a look around partially fortified village. It is home to the Artist that created the creatures in Aliens ...
... that are hopefully in favor of the everyday citizens they represent. One downfall is the idea that they are more likely to take bribes or be monetarily influenced since they do not receive a normal salary for their work.
We also talked about why Switzerland is still not a member of the European Union. Similar to their reasons for waiting to join the UN, Switzerland prefers to remain a neutral party and especially wanted to stay our of the ...
... continued, pretty much nonstop. Hundreds and hundreds of people walking upstream, like a human version of those parades of ants or penguins you see on National Geographic. Finally we could stand it no longer. It was a hot day, we had nothing planned, so why not? Sonia was the brave one, so she set off by herself. A half hour later she was back, exclaiming 'it's warm!' Her sincerity was enough to convince Alex to give it a go, and sure enough, the water is ...