Hotel Weisses Kreuz
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... they REALLY look after them beautifully - the grass is like a carpet - it NEVER goes brown and it is SO lush!! They puts bells on any animal that might get lost, they fence with only one string (which might be electric - I didn't check, but didn't hear any electricity going through it) - I saw bells on cows, sheep and goats (and apparently all outside cats have bells on to stop them catching birds - mice? Jake has never seen one here - it's too clean!!!) Then, in ...
... you know the time 24/7 (handy in the wee hours of the morning) firstly the catholic church clock rings, then a few minutes later, the protestant church bells ring - I'm not sure yet who's early and who's late!!
Yves hired a car for us for the weekend, so he drove Jake and I to some places of interest and delight! Saturday, we wandered through Appenzell with lovely little shops on the street for pedestrians only, we had a picnic at the base ...
... a wrong turn. It didn't matter too much because, thanks to Switzerland's excellent signage, we were soon back on the right path and found our way to this secret and beautiful place. The Devil's Church. Click on this link to learn about this magical place, which one can reach only by foot. http://per-storemyr.net/2010/10/29/tufe ls-chilen-quarrying-in-the-church-of-th ...
This morning Monika and I set out for Appenzell, Switzerland. We made our way along (very) windy roads to the base of the mountain named Saentis. A gondola went to the top, but we were content with enjoying time by the cafe at the old wooden cafe-hotel after hiking through a lovely pine woods. Dogs were everywhere on the patio and the sunshine was strong and warm. At 1,352 meters ...
... Ipad, Ipod, etc. is the way to go. So, of course when I lost my phone I was devastated. For one, it was my main way of communicating with people. Not only that, but I also had a lot of pictures of friends and family, and a GPS! --> when you are in a foreign country this thing is a must! So I literally tried almost everything so I could get it back. Unfortunately no luck, but it was definitely quite an adventure.
I needed to file a police report so I had ...