Hotel Gasthof zum Ochsen - Arlesheim
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- Banquet room
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
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We went in to Heidelberg for breakfast and then had a look around then we drove to Maria stein. On the way we stopped at the concentration camp Struthof and spent around 1 hour looking around it is quite scary because if you tried to escape the best way was when you were working if you were in the camp and you tried to escape you other be shot, ...
... prepared to celebrate life together!
What a bummer!
We helped her up, and instantly realized something was seriously wrong with her hip or upper leg. The ambulance arrived after an agonizing wait, twenty or so minutes later, and later that night we found out that her femur bone was broken just below the hip joint AND split a good way down the bone! She was operated on the next morning, Friday, and is now in Zofingen hospital for around a week. ...
Saturday 29 August - Day with Christine and Rene in Jura park, Aagau
As planned we travelled to Brugg by train to meet Christine and Rene at the station at 10am. it was another fine day and we were excited to meet up and share the day walking 16 km across the area together.
We started with coffee and chat then set off for the walking route. Thankfully Rene had a good map and was ...
Wednesday 26 August
Lovely Margreet got up early to give us a ride to Assen station for a 7am train. We said goodbye to our reliable tent and the wonderful environment of Westevelde.
We had no problem getting on the right train but within the first hour our luck changed. The first disruption was due to signal failure. All trains from the north couldn't go further than Meppal. Big crowds built for the replacement buses. The buses couldn't keep up with demand. It took 30 mins ...
... cathedral shifted allegiance to Reformed Protestant. The facade is dominated by a statue of St. George slaying a dragon so remarkably small that a visitor wonders if the builders ran out of money and had to substitute a Weimaraner for a proper dragon. Basel itself is adjacent to both France and Germany, is divided in 2 by the Rhine, and is close to both Zurich and the Alsace region of France. There are more than 3 dozen museums in Basel - highest density ...