Travel Blogs from Hergiswil
... standing around while taking pictures, or will the equipment work at all under these harsh conditions, do cars work at all ... ?
If you are interested in getting these questions answered please check the appendix of this blog where I detail how I prepared myself and how me and the camera went along ...
... enough of introduction .. Lappland I'm coming:
... monument is the final resting place for over 50,000 soldiers. Walking through the memorial is a somber reminder of the price that is paid during times of war. The town is bustling with energy as people visit, shop and enjoy the area. The trip to Asiago was memorable on the way up, in the city and on the way down.
... the way. Coach driver is fantastic - wouldn't want his job. Rest stops at the roadside services are quite different to home. First to the toilets where you line up to put your 70cents in the gate to let you in. Have to remember to collect the token as this then entitles you to 50cents of your coffee. Services are very clean. Food is very different too. PLaces to buy soup and bread, salads, frsh rolls and sandwiches. All very well presented and food is reasonably priced and fresh. ...
... the views at a leisurely pace is a treat! Both of the boys are really developing an eye for photography, and Jon took tons of pictures today!
After a long day trekking through central Switzerland, we all went for dinner and then home for a well deserved sleep!
Tomorrow... Santis Mountain... and G has promised that the the walking will be easier! I certainly hope so!
... and the novelty of buying a Swiss watch in Switzerland. By default, we found out that the 'hers' watch was not sapphire glass as claimed but only made of hardened glass from another watch shop. We promptly marched back to the 1st shop and asked for a discount, which the shop obliged without a scene.
Morning was flea markets, hiking up the Musegg Wall overlooking ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free parking