Hotel zum Ritterhof
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... to grappa) before dunking it into the melted cheese
and eating it. It may not sound like much but it's divine.
Day two saw a train trip to Luzern which is two hours by train and a
short trip to Zurich to see all things Christmas. Check out my blog entries
about those two places.
Day three saw a relaxed morning and another lovely lunch before going
to St Gallen ...
... come back. He yelled something in German to Alicyn. We assume is was the feet on the seat or what she was eating. Either way, he was ******!!!! We had fifteen minutes before the bus came back to pick us up. We walked around the old town until it was time to catch the bus. We wish we could have stayed longer.
We barely got back in time to meet the students. Another group was checking in. They were carrying open beer containers up the steps. Alicyn reported them and ...
... to see. One of our alumni is working for Kraus Maffei in Munich. He came down to the show to walk around and wanted us to come to his company's booth for lunch. Is was nice to catch up with him. More German sausages and a beer (or two) for lunch!!
I would have thought we would have easily finished the remaining buildings before 4:00. Nope, we had to hurry through the last three buildings. Most of those buildings contained auxiliary equipment. We ...
The first option was a two hour climb to a waterfall and the trail began in the next town, her instructions were to look out for the Post Office. The second started right outside the campground and was less interesting but climbed very quickly and afforded a better view of the valley. By walking the inclines and running the flats I can usually half the estimated time for completing a trail, so I’d e back in a couple of hours. I woke early and drove to ...
3 hrs, 12 kms
What are my first impressions of Switzerland? Well, there is a grand view as soon as I reach the pass: another deep valley far below and a beautiful mountain range on the other side, with forest ending abruptly, and sheer gray rock rising towards the sky.
There is a marker and a plaque explaining the historical significance of this pass, which has been an important connection between Switzerland and Italy for many ...