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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 1890 and two - "Self-portrait with bandaged ear", painted in 1889. Both paintings were reputedly, and previously, in private collections. Both have estimated values in the hundreds of millions of dollars. All that I was able to discover are that several small leads are being investigated, and that inside collaboration is highly suspected.
Patty here: Okay, Ad was correct about the Swiss, but just so you know, I haven't heard any yodeling! I have seen, however, ...
... inside. There were paintings on the ceiling and it was very ornate in a lot of ways. The church bells rang and someone was playing the magnificent pipe organ. As part of the tour we stop off at one of their houses and have a snack of home made pastries, cheese, Apple juice, wine or coffee. Schnapps was also a fun addition to top off the day. All in all a wonderful afternoon. Back to the hotel and dinner in tonight. Very ...
The weather today was rainy so plans for indoor activities were made. Everyone works around the weather here as mountain fronts are so unpredictable. We wanted our leader, Jesse, to hold a flag up as other guides do with their large tour groups. Instead she wore a red rain hat to lead our way. Sunday the train station was calm and we maneuvered through the town with no problem without the festival guests to fill the streets. As we entered the ...
... parade of big bands, lights and lanterns. After the parade, all the bands wander through the city playing joyful music.
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Alright. Let's go see and experience this Fasnacht. A first for me, T's an old hand.
We managed to sardine along and squeeze through the throngs along Kapellplatz and ended up beside the corner building; we were not going to get any further.
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... I have ever used. Probably if I had been feeling better I would ld have declined it and gone searching. Anyhow here is a description of the experience. They are unisex toilets (and obviously designed by men for men with women an afterthought). They were both in use. Eventually a man came out of one and I went inside. The toilet consists of a wide funnel which the men can use like a urinal. Ie they can splash about as much as they like. There is a toilet seat which ...