Kastanienbaum Swiss Quality Seehotel
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... back to the other side of the Limmat River, where there is a floating circus at the mouth of the river. We went to the less-impressive Fraumünster Church, right across the pretty cobblestone bridge from Grossmünster. It was not open to the public to see inside, but there were some pretty but strange frescos on the outside depicting nuns and priests, as well as stags.
From Fraumünster, we went to Züghus Platz, which used ...
... the government slowly relaxed its 1542 ban on Catholic religious services in 1842. One of the highlights was the Aarzelghus. Built in 1736, it is one of the last remaining residences in a typical style of Interlaken at the time. It has impressive relief carvings such as friezes, corbels and inscriptions. Lisa and I then headed back to the train station, where we caught a private train (i.e. we couldn’t use our Eurail passes) run ...
... elected to stay in a small village in the hills 600 metres above the Thuner See with an uninterrupted view of the Eiger, the Monch and the Jungfrau. We had a classic Swiss dinner of rosti and sausages, then the next morning we rode down to a little village above Montreux, a meeting with our family and a week off. Team Elephant was travelling well, but looking forward to the break.
... experience has opened my kids’ minds the much bigger world out there. I am pretty sure that it has given them much more confidence.
As for my work here, it has been very interesting but not drastically different than what I do back home. However, I have had the opportunity to be a part of some very large and international projects (something I might not have been able to do back home) and have learned a ...
... it makes printed schedules less ambiguous.
* Hotels without smoke detectors
I noticed this while staring at the back of hotel room doors and saw the "In Case of Fire" instructions. The first steps were usually something like: "If you see a fire, tell the receptionist. Do not alert other hotel guests as this may cause a panic." I'm not paranoid, but basically it was saying: "If you somehow manage to notice a fire before dying in ...
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