Hotel Schweizer Hof
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... like a scrub (having a guy scrub with me with a brush in the bollocky is not high on my bucket list, pun intended). I went for the basic three hour package. A little out of order here, but you could do the whole experience in two hours but I would say three is about right.
There are seventeen stations and you follow them in numerical order and each station tells you how long you should stay in that treatment type of thingy. It is everything from ...
After a trip to Colmar France, we stopped at the midway point back home at Baden Baden. We had afternoon tea at the hotel and then explored the Casino, Theater, and beautiful surroundings. We spent the afternoon relaxing at the Caracalla Therme Baths. One thing I've learned how to do since being in Europe is to disconnect on the weekends and enjoy life and Baden Baden is the place to do ...
... one at the railway station and you think that I would have learnt by now that railway coffee wherever you are is dreadful. I nearly had another Great Wall encounter when this young German guy fronted me and launched into a conversation. I was about to go through my normal response ritual (e.g. Kangaroo etc) when he thrust out his hand and made it clear what he was after. I thought, what a great way to get rid of the coffee I had just bought and tried to place it in his hand. His ...
... of cheese and although I have been trying to stay off the bread, they have a wonderful array of black and brown, crusty, grainy breads and rolls. I have succumbed a little each morning as they are so tasty.
Frustrations and dislikes well may you ask? Hmm, not many; maybe the fact that you have to pay 1 $ to answer the call of nature, the fact that when you get off the tourist trail somewhat there is absolutely no English; signs, menus, warnings for all I know, glide by me. ...
... of Hochfelden, the artificially deformed skull of Dachstein...to name just a few
2 Musée de Beaux-Arts – Fine Arts Museum
The museum covers 500 years of painting in Europe. We saw the most important ones:
- Giotto: The Crucifixion
- Raphael: Portrait of a young woman (about 1520)
- Pieter De Hooch: Going for a Walk (around 1664)
- Willem Claez Heda: ...