Travel Blogs from Aarau
... the train and asked everyone to show their tickets. They boarded like normal people and then spoke in authoritative voice and the everyone started getting into their bags. Getting the yearly passes out and we had our tickets. They showed their badges to us and then really took a close look at everyone ticket/pass. Kate said she lived in Zürich for three years and only has happened three times for her. We were lucky to have experienced ...
... into seperate bins and also paper. Still haven't figured out where my paper bin is ..and it's piling up!!
- Its asparagus season & those suckers are huge.
- Drivers must stop for pedestrians at the cross walks or else they could get a fine. Nothing like Vietnam ~ Ha!
- Its still cool to hear the train intercom lady speak. Especially when she says Gleiss (which means track). I feel like I'm in a movie :0)
... not spelt correctly) where we met up with a dairy farmer called Hans and his wife. He took us for a horse cart ride around his alpine home and learnt about how they take the cows up the mountain in summer and go up each day to milk them and then make mountain cheese. We then had a lovely afternoon tea where we drank klugen (hot mulled wine) and ate cheese made from Swiss brown cows milked in the alps - pretty good really. Early night due to a 7am start on our 700km trip to Paris ...
... interesting place this island, right at the tip there is a small gay nudists section and there are plenty of nudies running around everywhere, even where there are more clothed people. Friends and families having BBQs and fires on the banks don’t seem to mind at all. Other than the tip of the island, there was a section of long, long grass, which seemed to be another place for men to strip down. It was really almost like an artistic installation or ...
... We are having a good time taking pictures with the cow—one of them, he is riding on the train looking at the county side and the second one he is sharing dads’ beer with him at lunch. Dad’s beers are cheaper than my Coke’s and water.
Allison, traveling with your dog is quite common. You would love it. Most dogs are small, like Rambo and GrandMary’s dog, Tinker, but I did see a Daisy and Crickett yesterday. ...
Other places to stay in Aarau
Muhenstrasse 58, Aarau | 3 star hotelfrom $151
Bahnhofstrasse 68, Aarau | 3 star hotelfrom $155
Bernstrasse West 56, Aarau | 3 star hotelfrom $178
Hauptstrasse 68, Aarau | 3 star hotelfrom $137
Schachenallee 39, Aarau | Hotelfrom $188