Hotel Restaurant Adler Stein Am Rhein
Travel Blogs from Stein am Rhein
... and I felt super proud to be there with him. Two teens who live in Switzerland but have a South African mom were there and they were so excited to chat to Matt about all things skate and they even asked if they could have a ...
... the Assistant Photographer, and this was a “shoot” for a travel centre. The train was called The Red Arrow and apparently had been ridden by Winston Churchill.
I found out later that this was a scheduled excursion, and perhaps they just decided to photograph this particular one for the brochures. According to a website I checked, “The next one is scheduled for 30th September and is for a “Swedish Breakfast”, from 10.13 ...
... we had fondue (Chef Dave's specialty), made with Kiersh. This helps to smooth the fondue and help it to not clump up. I ate way too much and was pretty miserable the rest of the night! Well worth it though. Especially the bites that I wrapped in prosciutto. Ha. I will be ready to head back to the gym when I return. I would hate to even step on a scale right now.
... every gasp of fresh air,
eyes open to the world, always giving its fair share.
Granting wisdom and experience and love from all things,
nurturing patience and tolerance and spreading your wings.
To fly through this life seeing from a birds eye,
the true meaning of it all, not just to live and to die.
Make every moment matter, open yourself to the world,
... one side of the old town which is the university here. Brendon could orient himself from this vantage point; also we could see how much snow had fallen overnight.
The old town here is quaint and charming, although Brendon wants everyone to know it has its seedy side as well. He tells me the source of his information is a Lonely Planet book; I will leave you to decide the real source of his knowledge.
The streets are cobbled and can be steep and ...