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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPension Alpenrosli Gais
Perhaps a pension does not have the warmth of a gasthaus but we found the Pension Alpenrosli somewhat offputting. We needed to park quite far from the pension although it appeared other guests did park in front. We had use of the kitchen so that was nice and the owner/manager was pleasant. There was a nice view from the terrace. We had a shared bathroom.
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So I woke up pretty early this morning, partly I think because I didn't sleep well - too hot under my wonderful cozy duvet. I showered and washed my hair with Astrid's shampoo and conditioner since I had left mine in the car because I didn't want to carry my luggage up the flights of stairs to our room for only one night. We didn't go for that …
Today started out with a lot of excitement. Astrid and I were getting ready to go to a town that the Tourist Information office in Appensell told Astrid would be having the Alpabfahrt (cow coming home) this morning from 10 am -1 pm. Astrid looked out our pension window and saw cows lining up on the hill above the village and she figured it …
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The forest tracks were SO tidy - ...
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