- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We made it to SWITZERLAND - the land of mountains, cheese, and chocolate where they speak German, Italian, and French.
St. Gallen, Switzerland
We are staying in St. Gallen, which is about a 1 hour train ride west of Zurich in the German speaking part of the country and is a very historic, smaller town of which we have learned ALL of the history!
During our first week of orientation, we learned that it is known as ...
... town. It had started to snow outside and was much colder than we were used to in the other parts of Switzerland we had been. The town is hundreds of years old and the buildings have amazing artwork on the outside. We also visited the Catholic Cathedral and the paintings on the ceilings were incredible! After walking around the town, we stopped by the apartment to pick our bags up and went to a bar near the train station for a drink. Here we have Ovomaltine which is ...
... to travel a few miles laterally, but it took almost two hours just to climb the switchbacks to the correct elevation. Once we located our cottage, we parked and took a moment to take in the awesome beauty of the surrounding scenery. The mountain air was fresh and the valleys were spookily quiet except for the faint sounds of bells in the distance. We stood there a moment and finally figured out that the bells were from all ...
... head past the last village, following a quiet footpath up the valley as it gets narrower and steeper as daylight fades. There's one last town up ahead before the pass and I can see its lights not too far ahead. I figure I could try camping out, and if it gets colder that I can handle, I still have the option of hiking up to that town and checking into a ...
... some will come to a complete stop. On driver slowed down and swerved left, right, left right, not knowing what to do--even though I was a good 3 meters off the road! I guess it relates to the culture of everybody following a strict code of rules. So when someone is doing something against the rules (like a pedestrian walking in a place that's meant for cars) people get really ...