- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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"Papa.. We don't say “Hate". That’s a strong word”..Talia was feeling even better.
Tony was needing the tylenol next - he had a massive goose egg on the top of his head..and it was bleeding. Babysitting was never so dangerous for me!
We all fell into a fitful sleep - me watching Talia for any further signs of her not doing well, and Tony nursing a bad headache.
... but didn't know where we were on our map! It was freezing and all we wanted to do after hours of traveling was to be in our warm hotel! We walked up and down the street asked a few people for help (not too good at English) and finally found out we were walking past our hotel the whole time!! After feeling stupid we were into warmth! The hotel was great! Not fancy, but a great size, nice tv, big bed and room for our bags! It was a winner! We ...
... has a really small lobby which is kinda weird for a 4 star hotel. Well, that doesn't matter. The lift can only accommodate about 6 people. The hotel has only 1 restaurant and a bar. And the room is somewhat the size of a room in a 3-room HDB flat. There were no air-condition, fans and worst of all, no toilet lights!! We literally have to bathe in the dark!!
But nevertheless, the cool temperature is enough to make you shiver, so that explains the lack of ...
... before setting off once again. However our plan to continue around the other side of the lake to do a circular route was unsuccessful as the path indicated on the cycling leaflet could not be found, so we decided to return by the same route. We stopped several times to take a breather (mainly for my benefit) and to admire the stunning landscape. Being a Sunday people were clearly out and about doing leisure things like us. The ride was about 25 miles in ...
... Roman coins. I even found the Einsteinhaus, where Albert Einstein lived for two years, but I didn't go inside.
Then it was time to go to the Zytglogge clock tower. Rick Steves' talked about how it has been running since the 1400's, and every hour it's supposed to have all these little dancing bears and other thing spin around and do stuff. Rick Steves made it sound amazing, so Mom said we HAD to see it. So we did. There ...