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- Continental Breakfast
- Conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
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... loudly concurred with Daddy by exclaiming "Safety first!"
At the top of the hill, we explored a real castle and learned some of the history of the falls. In the far distant past (at my age, everything is in the distant past), not everyone appreciated the beauty of the falls and businessmen wanted to blow them up to facilitate an easier trip up and down the Rhine River. Fortunately, they were outvoted!
Rhine Falls see you again when we are all grown up!
... bottle of some sort; classy. Gave the luggage chap a tip . Arranged for a van transfer  which was probably high but he can use the few hundred rupees more than me. It still leaves me with 520R, a bit less than $10.00 Cdn.
Left c 1125. There were more villages with buildings in dilipidated states. A humid day, nobody was moving fast save the scooters and motorcyclists. Put the brakes on some three times from the back seat. The route retraced some ...
... bread rolls (and a piece of grilled cheese for me as I don't eat meat) and I soaked up the atmosphere as family and friends chatted away in Swiss-German! The next day was probably one of my favourites in Switzerland. Monika and I set off early morning for a 4 hour hike through the Niederhorn region and enjoyed a picnic lunch at the 2063m summit of Burgfeldstand. I think the photos say enough but it was a picture perfect day despite my shoes breaking one hour from the end of the ...
... We were parked on what we thought was the right street but our street number didn't seem to exist. I lost count of how many times Matt walked up and down the street (and I mean literally up and down!) in the rain while I kept nice and cosy in the car. Eventually Matt came back to the car and looked up the address on the GPS again. It turned out we had entered the address slightly incorrectly and there was another street with the same name just around the ...
... No other details were given but it didn't sound good. We asked the man sitting next to us if this had happened before and he replied that it happened all the time. How sad! Soon after we were told that the train would terminate at the next station and we would have to find alternative transport. So we hailed our first London cab, although it wasn't a black one. Our hotel is in one of those lovely terraced houses in Kensington, full of ...