Vreni Giger's Jaegerhof Hotel
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... wagon trot along the road (had to stop on my bike to snap a photo) and lots of lovely houses in the Swiss style of 3 or 4 levels with tiny wooden shingles (I wonder if they apply them in big sheets or have to line them up manually one at a time) and with a barn right next door!
I stopped on the way back by a river to have my meagre lunch of baked beans (I had a big breakfast!) and apples, did a pee under the bridge out of sight (I hope!) and headed on my way!
Switerland - what a contrast to England! Coming in to land on the plane at night, the little villages and towns looked like little spider webs of light amongst areas of black (which must have been the mountains) with connecting threads of light, kind of joining them together - so picturesque!
I was so excited to see Yves waiting for me at the airport (thanks Yves!!) and it was a jolt to realise that I can't communicate with most of the ...
At mid-day my cousin and I set off on foot to hike to the Devil's Church. Out the door and down the narrow country lanes and then into the forest. We walked along a forest stream with sunlight streaming through the tall pine tress. We made our way for about 45 minutes until we walked down a very steep set of metal stairs to the stream where thoughtful people had set ...
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 ...
... the police station here. Now, even in the United States I don't like going to the police, but I had to do it. So I found a place (or at least I thought) and I set out to find it. When I finally found the street where the station was supposed to be I did not see it. All I saw was a building that said "Zoll." Now, at the time I had no clue what this meant, but I later found out that it meant customs haha. What's funny though, is that when I didn't know this I walked ...