Kur & Ferienhaus Volksheilbad
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... from Zurich and dropped by to say a quick hi before he promised to come back down to say hi after our meal. We pushed through until we could fit no more and decided it was time to move to the bar, only 5 meters away, but sitting there really reminded me of all the time I spent both in front of and behind the bar! I don't think we'd been sitting for more than about 15 minutes when into the bar walked Frau Stahli (the big boss) and her partner Bruce! I got up and had a quick chat to ...
... took the train back to a little town called Speiz (pronounced Spetz), and walked down toward the water to a castle. Foregoing the castle for a while, we sat at an outdoor cafe and had a ham and cheese sandwich, fries, beer for me and tea for Sandy. Very good. As we almost finished, the skies opened up and it not only rained, but hailed on us. We watched from inside the restaurant as we finished lunch. It cleared soon.
We went to ...
... the top was at Eismeer. Here the elevation was 10,368 feet and the temperature was 35 degrees fahrenheit. Here all you saw was snow and white skies. At the very very top it was 11,333 feet and it was pretty cold. Throughout the tour there are many different parts. One of them was called the ice palace. We walked through a tunnel and it was all ice. The floors, walls and ceiling.. Everything! It was cold but fun. Then we got ...
... for reasonably priced food. While we failed in our quest, we did see many fabulous vegetable and flower gardens. After dinner, I took a kayak out from the hostel for a bit. It's impossible to describe the color of the water here. And, the mountains just after sunset reflected in the water are beautiful. We are hoping to take a train up into the mountains tomorrow and hike partway down, but the forecast doesn't ...
... I pulled into a car park at the side of the road and got my camera out. These mountains just looked magnificent with the sun beating down on the thick snow.
As I head on towards Bern the mountains around me grow by the mile. I am now right in the middle of the Alps.
As I get closer to the snow covered mountains the air temp gauge on my bike seems to be dropping rather quickly and soon the temp is right the way back down to 5 Celsius. I thought this is it, ...