Hotel-Restaurant Zur Rheingerbe
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... of the time and era of the day. Although it appeared small on the outside it was surprisingly big on the inside. The souvenir shop doubled as the county’s smallest Post Office. Yes all the cows did have bells around their neck. Most of the milk is used for their chocolate making.
We also took a trip to Vaduz, the capital of the Principality of Liechtenstein, which is another country of its own. It is linked to Switzerland by its boarders ...
... me by name. There is a coffee station with my own personal Nespresso machine, a stocked minibar and an apple on a silver tray. I haven't even gotten to the bed yet and I already don't want to leave. Ever. (I swear to Christ if this ******* doesn't stop belching and sucking his teeth, I'm going to beat him to death with his own shoes! It's the quiet car, so there is no other noise whatsoever to drown him out. We're the only two in here, and I'm sure no ...
Just quick post to say hola! I landed in Barcelona last night after a whole day of walking though two cities in Switzerland.
From Basel, we took the train to Zurich, the largest city in Switzerland. With a mix of historical attractions and cosmopolitan areas where both locals and tourist shop, dine and mingle. As one of the world's largest financial centrex, Zurich is a busy city. It wasn't as big as I expected; I was able to ...
... we went to a screening of the series Matt came to Switzerland to shoot in 2011, Greener Pastures (Check it out here- http://skategreenerpastures.com/greener -pastures-switzerland/). It was held at a bar called HiBye in ...
... only food that can cure paddle boat hunger, Swiss sausages and the hottest mustard in exsistance! Once the afternoon rolled in it was time to do as the Zurichians do and take part in the unsanctioned national sport of park bbqing. So we grabbed everything together and headed down to the lake and set up shop. Karin and Marc had clearly done this before because it was delicious. Once the beer was gone and Karin and I taught Marc and Sarah a lesson in cards it ...
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