Hotel Restaurant Le Petit Kohlberg
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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It rained in the night and we woke to the clouds low on the mountain. Anita had an early hair appointment so she gave us a lift to the thermal baths in the town. They were not open until 9oc, so we went for a walk in the rain. Had to sit in a coffee shop for a while. The thermal baths were very smart. There was an Indooroopilly and one outside steaming in the cool rainy conditions. The outside pool had a series of water-jets targeting different parts of the body, so ...
... many time and I did not want to get lost, so I came back down -- theVW camper was still there--and headed down the mountain to the town of Bad Liebenzell. The track was very steep with a lot of steps cut into the Rock. I walked beside the river and bought an ice cream, then found a wildlife presentation in the park and took a photo of a wild boar. Managed to find ...
Very hot again. Gabi and Christina went out and we did some washing-- we used the wrong machine as there were six in the basement utility room. Gabi had to apologise to the machines owner ! I walked to the town for cash from the ATM. We were all packed up ready to go, as Gabi was taking us in her new VW camper van to Bad Liebenzell 250k further north. It took a further two hours before we actually left, as those two take for ever to do anything. After 90 minutes on the ...
We left Bellagio at 8am since we were unsure of turning in the car at the same train station we were leaving from. There are many train stations in Milan. All was ok. We actually went to McDonalds in the Milan Centrale station. McDonalds is so different in Europe. Beer, wine, pastries, cappuccino, espresso, a deluxe mc muffin, which is just a sausage patty, lettuce, tomato, mayo on an English Muffin. Anyway.... It seems like the only time I eat at McDonald's is in Europe. Lots of waiting ...
... when we’ll be reunited.
We walked back up into the village while Mr. Giauque explained his history in this village where he grew up. He pointed to houses where he had lived, where the post office used to be, how the streets had changed and so on. I don’t have any place like that in my history, a place I grew up that hardly changed. Like many Americans I grew up moving every few years. Here people have deeper roots.
He showed us around ...