Hotel Gasthof zum Ochsen - Arlesheim

Address: Ermitagestrasse 16, Arlesheim, Basel, CH-4144 , Switzerland | Hotel
 
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      Second day In Basel

      A travel blog entry by kansonthego on Oct 25, 2014

      5 photos

      ... An interesting local ferry caught Victor's eyes, it had a long wire hooked to it from an overpass about 7 stories high, it just let the current of the river guide the ferry. The locals use them to cross to the other side of the river without walking all the way to the bridge. One would call the Fahrimaa with a bell from the landing stage. It was one of four ferries that cross the river that way. We had ...

      Travel to Strasbourg

      A travel blog entry by sugottfried on Oct 25, 2014

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      We left Bellagio at 8am since we were unsure of turning in the car at the same train station we were leaving from. There are many train stations in Milan. All was ok. We actually went to McDonalds in the Milan Centrale station. McDonalds is so different in Europe. Beer, wine, pastries, cappuccino, espresso, a deluxe mc muffin, which is just a sausage patty, lettuce, tomato, mayo on an English Muffin. Anyway.... It seems like the only time I eat at McDonald's is in Europe. Lots of waiting ...

      Basel, Switzerland

      A travel blog entry by nangarner on Oct 24, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      Friday, October 24, 2014 Basel, Switzerland tour Last night's crew show was hysterical! The crew was great! This morning, we took the tram into Basel, which is Switzerland’s second-largest city—and one with a split personality. On the one hand, the city is dominated by giant, modern chemical concerns and pharmaceutical companies. On the other, a network of narrow alleys weaves together the ...

      Basel, Switzerland

      A travel blog entry by kansonthego on Oct 24, 2014

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      ... easy. First we had to get our luggage traced and delivered to the carousel. This is after standing in line patiently. Then the first train to Basel was about an hour late. Not only that but it switched tracks on us, but good thing we met a South African who had family in the French part of Basel and spoke German and he told us of the track switch on the loud speaker. Btw, Basel is the only city in three countries, France, Germany, and of course Swirzerland. Long story short, ...

      Basel

      A travel blog entry by greeneggsandham on Oct 15, 2014

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... me out of my seat. Apparently the seats were reserved which was confusing because my ticket said nothing about a seat number whereas hers did, along with everyone else that I could see. She turned out to be really nice and watched my bags while I went to ask the conductor.

    • I learned that the little displays above the seats tell you if they are reserved or not. I just had to find one that wasn't. Luckily the one I had moved to wasn't reserved so I just sat there.
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