Hotel Rothorn Kulm
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... which in turn is bigger than the cups of black coffee.
Came home mostly everything was dry & we have now started to clean & pack. Tomorrow morning we leave for Basel & the start of our next adventure, The River Cruise from Basel to Amsterdam travelling along the Rhine & Moeller for 2 weeks. Yes, I can hear you say, another hardship for us to bear & one more thing crossed off my bucket ...
... what’s the point Collins?? Grumble Grumble) we arrived at Lindau on the Bodensee and the border of Germany, Austria and Switzerland. At least we were now on the right road, but with a flat battery!
Fortunately for us there was a mechanic just up the street. He checked the battery and gave us a bump start and we rode the bike to a local Motorcycle Accessories shop where they undertook another test on the battery and it seemed to be charging again... What ...
Onwards and upwards we go and the diesel locomotive at the rear is making
some noise as it strains to keep this train on the move up these very steep
Finally we enter into a tunnel which is simply just dug out of the rock and
has no lining as such. While heading through this tunnel we soon work out what
these cave like tunnels were that we seen earlier from down below and it turns
out they are simply holes cut into the edge of ...
... easily see our hotel over the bridge, so simply walked across. It took around five minutes, dragging our suitcases. We walked alongside the river to what we assumed was the entrance, only to find that that was the restaurant entrance only. We then had to back track over cobblestones to a little street where the entrance was at the rear of the hotel. The boys were allotted a city view room, which was fairly large ...
... that in that one I found the figurine! Along with the rolls come a paper crown, so as the newly appointed Queen I had to wear it around the hostel. The rest of our night we found the one English station on TV and watched and talked. It was really cool to learn so much about the Korean culture and customs.
The next day I was leaving for Zurich, but Johnny and I did one last tour of the city before dropping me off at the train station.
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