Sorell Hotel Seidenhof
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... too, clearly. I waited for my plane, had a look around some shops, texted my family and friends. I got on the plane, flew across a few countries and landed in Zurich.
I had the most wonderful time in Zurich. My dear friend Sonja picked me up from the airport – it was a 22 hour stopover after all – and we had some lunch together. The best kind of lunch, a roll and cheese from lidl, in the car at the side of a long ...
... observe. It gave everyone a nice stretch break. As we entered into Germany, Silke began to give the groups facts about her country and asked if there were any questions. One of our students asked Silke what it was like to grow up in East Germany because she had mentioned earlier in the tour that is where she grew up. She was more than happy to share her story: Silke grew up in East Berlin and was only 19 when the wall came down. She said that she doesn't really remember ...
... The next day Kyle got my sickness so we took another day to stay in the hotel to feel better. Then on Monday we explored Zurich for a bit before our train to Rome. We got to Rome around 1145pm but got lost for a while and didn’t find the hostel until 130am. Now to enjoy Rome and new years!! Oh, we had to cut out Luzerne due to train difficulties! Miles walked: ...
... czasu nie odzywal sie do Paula po tym jak zakochal sie w jego bylej dziewczynie i calkiem przypadkiem zaczal go oczerniac tak zeby w oczach kochanki swoj autorytet zbudowac na plecach przyjaciela. Nie wiedzial tylko ze Paul i Fiona mimo ze sie rozstali co samo w sobie bylo burzliwym wydarzeniem, mieli ze soba dobry kontakt a Fiona natychmiast poinformowala Paula o nielojalnosci swojego (ex)przyjaciela. Ale Paul wiedzial ze to raczej slabosc X i czul sie nawet ...
... construction of the railway, and photos of construction work. There is a large room with a giant astrolabe surrounding a statue of Adolph Guyer-Zeller, the man whose idea this train line was, with his original sketch welded into the floor. We were excited for sledding, snow dogs and a zipliine that are out on the snow covered glacier surface, but “snow fun” only runs May-September (2 days late :(). Instead, we entered the “Ice ...