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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... It is beautiful inside.
We went through the cathedral in the Abbey of Saint Gall. It was built between 1755 and 1768 in the Baroque style. It is just simply gorgeous inside!
We met the students and told them to meet at the platform for the train. When I got there, the S8 train was waiting and the students were standing beside it. I yelled at them to get in. We had about a ninety minute trip to Diessenhofen. The train had a monitor that showed the next five ...
... to Rogers house for supper. After that I met sam and luca in town and we went to a club called Härterei, there we stayed till about 4 and then we had to walk home because the busses wernt driving anymore. So we got home around 5 and because I was leaving at 7 in the morning anyways, we decided to just stay awake.
... odd occasion. The weather has been amazing since we arrived in Switzerland so it was great to cool off.
We spent the rest of our time eating chocolate :) and cheese fondue.
The cheese fondue was pretty heavy but it was really nice. We ate it with bread as well as potatoes, gerkins and pickled onions.
All in all an awesome trip to ...
Haggen. Today we caught the bus from Haggen to Saint Gallen for a shopping trip. Had to buy Easter Eggs ready for the Easter Bunny on Sunday. We also went to the local market and had a look around at the local produce. I was amazed there was so much produce to buy given the weather conditions around here. Many ...
... you would not have guessed it. We even did a run through a large department store. Lunch was next door to where we dined yesterday, looking over the river in the warm sunshine. We crossed back into Big Basel across the Wettstein bridge which had had its rather copious guardrails decorated in knitted textile. Purely by accident we came across the Tinguely Fountain. The old Basel Theatre was renovated in 1975 and some of the old stage machinery was given to Jean Tinguely. He ...