SeminarHotel Am Aegerisee
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... beautiful cakes, sandwiches and bread rolls, among other things and their baguettes were huge and same price as the supermarket. Andrew and I shared one and a bottle of water.....when on a budget!!! By this stage there wasn't enough time to "do" another mountain so we walked to the Lion Monument. I love this monument. It evokes such emotion in viewers.....you just feel so sad and heartbroken when you look at his face. It is a monument ...
... 10 countries then reaches the sea. We passed the little Danube, where it starts. Fell asleep on the coach finally. Woke to Rhinefalls. Wow. Pretty, pretty pretty. Had some hot chips whilst watching the waterfall. Some Swiss ****- Knives Cheese Chocken Skiing, tourism Banks Most famous for pharmaceuticals. -50% of all medicines made here are shipped to hospitals all over the world. X4 types of swiss- German swiss (never argue with one of these) French ...
... of transport, we were back on the bus for our visit to Ulli's (farm owner) farm. Switzerland farming is very small in size 16 hectares. The maximum head of cattle is 60 the farm we visited had 15. The Swiss cows are beautiful, big and brown with the biggest brown eyes and fluffy ears. Most of them wear bells , the bigger the bell the better the milker but the average cow produces 20 litres of milk per day anyway. The clanging of the cow bells were annoying at first but you came to ...
... was hundreds of years old and the old gentleman let them ride several turns as they changed from one animal to the next. We stopped for an ice cream treat and to ohh and ahh over tiny pigs and goats. I stuck my head in one of the small churches that could only hold twenty or so people, but decorated with an ornate alter. The workmanship of these people with their pride in artistic details was in every building. Wyatt told us every ...
... back along Schweizerhofquai (along the lakeshore area).
Apparently all the trees are chestnut trees! Found the roasted chestnut sellers too. Apparently they are everywhere during summer. Since it was winter, the trees were bare.
Swiss use chestnuts to make this chestnut-paste dessert pressed out in spaghetti-like strings... pictures later...
In the interim, I got roasted chestnuts & T got Magenbrot (a sweet ...