Seehotel Waldstaetterhof Brunnen
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... colours were all off
I have found that the ultimate forward sentence for our family is definitely;
"Oh! Look! A park with a flying fox, beside a restaurant with beer and wine, and pathways meant for cute shoes!" - FORWARD!!!
It was 45 minutes of total family bliss enjoyed at the restaurant and playground before we decided to move on.
Souvenir shopping in Switzerland is an absolute must. Everything you could ...
... and chocolate muffins to warm our bellies, waited some more. Part of our group left the peak and headed back down thinking Mount Pilatus was a wash. We waited some more....and just as Pete and I were considering quitting, the clouds broke. Aaaahhhhh, the angels sang as the green and blue landscape appeared before us. There was a mad dash to get outside and take pictures. Everyone was excitedly talking and pointing, cameras were being fished out of ...
... I was treated by Hans to some powerful prune schnapps (and given a bottle of highly potent apple, supposedly to treat my cough), distilled by a local, then showed my hosts a load of my photos of Australia.
Mon 6/1Saying farewell to the family I was taken by Luzia to the local station, where I caught a train to St Gallen. With a few hours to see this historic town I made it to the incredible Cathedral and Abbey Library, both UNESCO listed. Though photos are ...
... of the ancient wall and the castle ruin at the top of the mountain. Down in the piazza, another castle is present, called the lower castle. Dining Friday evening on rabbit and zucchini was followed by a relaxing evening in the piazza overlooking the life size chess board. It seems that after WWI there was a group of local men that would gather in the piazza and play chess. They ...
... takes us to another Funicular Tram ride up the mountain. Actually the tram linked up with a new facility called a Cabrio. This is a world first, where occupants going up the mountain are actually in an open top carrier, rather than the usual capsule type units. The ride takes us up through the clouds to a viewing station at 3000mtrs, bathed in sunlight. We are up here to view the Stanzahorn, but cloud restricts visability. We have lunch whilst we are there, & ...