Seehotel Waldstaetterhof Brunnen
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... hamburgers with raclette cheese and Swiss beer go down really well. Not to mention conversation that was almost entirely in a language that Tony could understand. He was loving life.
I had the most amazing conversation with Alice – she is an RN from the US and has travelled the world for various NGOs. She met Patrick, a Swiss National, abroad while working and together they have 2 kids. She is a truly seasoned traveller and has ...
... house styles, bearing witness to bygone centuries. We climbed the stairs in stately mansions as well as working farms where houses were attached to the milking barns and stables. We walked through thick woods and back out to see the difference in the French, Italian, German, and Romansh influences on lifestyles and the structures they built to make this country so diverse.
In every section they have the animals that ...
... up very well to all of this!! It was so much child-like fun and I cannot wait to do it again! The sights we were admitted to were just beautiful. Switzerland has now become my no.1 country!
The end of our tobogganing ride, however, was no where near as fun as the trip down. We had to carry out toboggans up a giant stair case to return them, before clambering back into the cable carts to take us down to Lucerne.
Remember how I mentioned there was a ...
... the room, we went to the lobby to use the internet. There is also only one outlet in the room, in the bathroom. I charged most of our stuff while we sat in the lobby. Dmitriy did some work, while I uploaded the blogs I had finished on the train. We got hungry for dinner pretty early, so we left at 5pm to start looking for a place to eat. I had looked up some pizza/gyro shops. That is the common combination for some reason. We started walking to the area where two of them ...
... So nice they named it twice, indeed. After lunch, we got back on the bus and headed for Tangier, our scheduled camel ride and a tour of the Cave of Hercules. The camel ride, was right on the coast and pretty much your cliché touristy picture opportunity lead by a very enthusiastic Moroccan. There were 5 camels available and everyone took their turn, to ride in a circle for 50 or so yards allowing all to get pictures taken and say we rode a camel in Africa. The Cave ...