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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ringgenberg
... prawns, gnocchi in a cream sauce, four cheese pizza with mushrooms and onions, lasagna, and a fresh antipasto plate full of delicious vegetables filled our hungry bellies. Wyatt has become addicted to mango ice cream in a cone and knows just where the store is located. After dinner we now have a ritual of crossing the bridge for this delicacy. He shouts "please Mango on top" and
gives the lady a big thank you when he gets the cone. She knows our whole family ...
... the floor.
Both times - someone dropped a tray and glassware and dishes broke - heard but didn't see.
I believe it's the Hotel Zum Rebstock - located just in the courtyard area of Church of St. Leodgar (St. Leodegar im Hof) - the landmark church with the twin steeples.
Returned earlier for some downtime and movies in our room. Still recovering from the Bang! and late night from Lausanne.
... the middle of Switzerland. We just stopped for a coffee at Montreux. Deep Purple wrote the song smoke On the Water, based on the town Montreux, we overlooked the lake whilst we drank our coffee. Shame it's raining. We are now driving to Lausanne. Lausanne is very French looking and sits on the top/middle of lake Geneve. It is poring rain still, so we found a little bit of shelter and ate our lunch. We had ...
... a small fortune for admittance, so we didn't bother. We had lunch in the carpark and drove. We went into Interlarken and had a beer at the hotel we should have stayed at. We think we made the right decision staying at the flat because we could cook, wash, and we had free parking. We had a yummy dinner of beef stroganoff, and an early ...
... little town, where I parked and tried to buy a coffee. Nothing is ever open around lunchtime. The drive was really spectacular with beautiful Eiger's (mountains). The mountains are the type used in the Movie The Eiger, with Sylvester Stillone. We drove passed a few dams along a winding road up the mountain. We reached a cafe and sat in the car and had lunch overlooking a valley and up to the mountains. We went to the cafe and realised you paid a lady ...