Hotel St. Georg
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... is covered in snow.
It has an impressive church with the black Madonna, that many make pilgrimages to.
Even though it was late the kids could not resist getting straight out onto Barbara and Brendan's patio.
It was covered in a blanket of snow, so thick.
Everywhere was, it was so amazing.
We never imagined that we would be able to visit them in Switzerland with ...
It was full of people. Barbara knew a devil and Zara was really scared.
Zara would not get off Dad till he left. The devils were my favorite.
I loved Barbara and Brendan. It was so fun playing board games.
Brendan acted like he was 20. It was so funny when Barbara kept on saying ****. And Zara kept reminding her and saying stop!
Thanks for the stay! ...
... a few times along the way, as we were a bit confused by the trail markings and various signs. I shouldn't say lost, we probably added a bit more distance to our journey, the true scenic route. This was a super path, paved in most places, gravel in others. It wrapped around behind houses and along the lake. We stumbled back and collapsed on the train. Along the trail we saw: horses, cows, goats, sheep, donkeys, little tiny horses and a cow ...
... They mostly accept Euros so thankfully we managed but don't ask me what we paid for things. At this point, I basically just open my hand and hope for the best when giving. Mark keeps trying to do the conversion, but he likes that type of math and I really don't. I could go on and on about our adventures, about how I got the bruise on my head in the shower, the debacle of my ankles, how Mark managed to get shoe prints all over the bed, and how Mark and I almost ...
... lovely young teacher I met last night, Ruth. It was a masterful weaving together of his own family history told around his grand mother and her faith and strength. He told the history of the Anabaptists and Mennonites and their exile to Russia, where they set up schools and had 95% literacy, compared to the 20% of the Russians. Then they were persecuted again and his grandfather was taken away and never came back. His grandmother and ...