Hotel-Restaurant Zur Rheingerbe

Address: Schifflandi 5, Stein am Rhein, Schaffhausen, 8260, Switzerland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Schifflandi 5, Stein am Rhein.
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      3 months to go and How it all started...

      A travel blog entry by pbrinkbo on May 23, 2014

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      ... dam. Winds sweeping off the Caribbean Sea reach speeds of 48 to 72 km/hr (30 to 45 mph). Arenal is especially impressive at night, when the glowing molten lava is blasted into the ink-black sky. Even during the day, its reflection on Lake Arenal is truly enchanting. Day 14 San José Return to San José for some last minute shopping and a final night on the town. Day 15 Depart San José Back to Zurich via Atlanta and ...

      Something stuck in my head

      A travel blog entry by 2swiss on Sep 06, 2013

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      ... Leader. In addition, the media can use your presence for ropaganda purposes, romanticizing the reason for your visit.

      The Take: Debunking stereotypes through conversation aside, your mere physical presence —
      visibly wealthier and more colorful than any North Korean — is enough to plant a seed of curiosity and wonder, however subconscious, in every local you see.

      From experience: In Pyongyang, I befriended and gained the trust of an ...


      A travel blog entry by mjhalls on Jul 11, 2013

      ... down. Now I am willing to admit here that there may have been some button to push to keep the seat down but I could not work it out. The only way I could keep the seat down was with my legs whilst I fumbled to pull up my skirt and drop my knickers. Suffice it to say my skirt brushed the toilet seat as well and I felt tainted for the rest of the afternoon. To wash my hands I had to open up the door as it was too dark to read and Laura helped me work it out. At least my ...

      Frankly Swiss

      A travel blog entry by lmcfarland on Sep 20, 2012

      3 comments, 5 photos

      ... the distant horizon. And the city's architecture is exactly as you would expect in a stereotypical Swiss city.

      And yet nothing stands out as spectacular. The number of activities and adventures within the city appear limited, and the Protestant Reformation (much of which blossomed from here) stripped the churches of their gilt and finery. The most striking features are ...

      Arrivederci Italia!!

      A travel blog entry by brittej on Oct 24, 2011

      2 comments, 1 photo

      ... crept up the driveway. After successfully reaching street level we were surprised to see there was no traffic anywhere in sight. This is a trap, right! I know how this goes down, we pull out and suddenly an intercity bus appears from around the corner. In reality, we made our way without incident down the hill, and through crowded, congested, and "scooterized" Sorrento. Once our navigator (charmin' Carmen Garmin) ...

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