Travel Blogs from Hergiswil
... home. I'd like to just drink a lot of really hard alcohol to numb the pain in my throat and body...but I've seen enough tv and movies to know that never really turns out well.
This has been more than just a vacation. For me, it's been about dreaming and planning and looking forward. The other ladies will have to share what it has meant to them personally. It certainly ...
Awoke to a chilly morning misty and mysterious. Winter woollies all ready. Off to the Stanzhorn mountain brrrrr cold down here what will it be like there !!! Not exactly looking forward to this as the cable car has an open roof. It is a very new system which is the first in the world. And like everything Swiss is beautifully engineered. Dense mist swirling around as we set off ( only ones at the station ) the sound of cow bells in the fields. All the ...
... of staying in town is tiny rooms. Me and Rick really are sharing a bed this time. We can't separate the twin beds more than a couple of inches! I went out for a walk as we have a couple of hours before we head out for dinner. Great town but my god the prices for everything are obscene. lots of real old buildings around the lake and the river. The old Chapel Bridge, Imentioned earlier is wooden, and led to a water tower that was a prison. Along both sides of ...
... chatter and lighthearted voice. I’m happier than I’ve ever been. Traveling the world has truly opened my eyes to who I really am and what my purpose on this Earth should be, and I can see myself living the life of a wandering soul for some time to come, but eventually my heart knows what it wants and my head can’t deny it. Family, friends, the comforts of a home, a life firmly planted in one place where I can watch the trees grow ...
... translate anything I may find, then
get directions, and figure the price. Most things we enjoy are either
free or quite expensive. A few hours at the zoo or museum runs $30-$60
for the 4 of us. Definitely worth our time, but not something we can
The communting, the cost, and the language are constant barriers that
we all feel to different extents. ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free parking