Minotel Zum Roten Lowen
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... card if you have them.Clothing :
- 4 t-shirts
- 1-2 shirts
- Socks and underwear
- 1 soft shell for hyper air conditioned airports
- 2 shorts
- 1 pair of pants
- 2 swimsuits ( one plain and one sexy)
- flip flops
- running shoes : some people will say trekking shoes, but unless you're a ...
... it felt so overly urban. I took a stroll through the old town district and then crossed the river to the more modern (and practical) side of town where the museum was only blocks away. By the time I got there I had about 90 minutes to get through it and back to the car.
The museum itself is quite small, but there is a lot packed in it. The downstairs galleries are quite spacious, with pieces, primarily Picasso canvases, sparingly spread out, but this ...
... and I don't think Emma had ever held my hand so tight. As we started going up the mountain at a 45 degree angle, I was sweating a bit also. There were stops along the way with people hopping on and off. They were mostly hikers exploring the beautiful mountainside. There were cows with bells on them on ridiculously steep fields. One wrong move and I would think they would be at the bottom. ...
... Two wonderful old wooden bridges with old thatched roofs span
the river. The edges of each bridge are lined with flower boxes which are filled
with many colourful flowers. On the bridges themselves are old original
paintings from historic Switzerland etc. One section of bridge caught fire in
the 1990s and had to be rebuilt but some of the burnt sections have been left in
place to show the remains of what happened.
We wandered further along ...
Left the camp, in pouring rain again!! Crossed the bridge and we were back in Switzerland again. No customs, or visible border post here, so where we would have got our Swiss road toll form if we did not already have one, who knows? Stopped at Walensee, third largest lake in Switzerland, for coffee. Then on west to the Klausen pass through the canton of Uri. Spectacular drive up a multitude of hairpin bends, ...