- Shuttle bus service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the youngest son, showed up right when we stepped off of the platform. He then proceeded to lead us on a winding 20 minute walk which was pretty much straight up hill. I kept glancing back at jake knowing that he was hurting just as much as myself carrying our 35 pound packs up the "mountain". When we arrived it was pretty much exactly how I had imagined it. A large beautiful Swiss house resembling a converted barn. Behind it was rolling green hills ...
... of his time on his Europe trip in 2011.
There is an amazing public transport system here with busses and trains to anywhere you could possibly want ...
... off into Zurich to see if anything was happening in the city. It was very hot and ended up being a very long walk in the sun. By the time we reached the centre, the yodellers and bell-ringers were just packing up. I'm sure it was a great show and there were tons of people dressed in traditional costumes. [We played yodelling music at mum's funeral so it's probably for the best that I missed it.]
We compensated for the lack of ...
... we set off in pursuit of a petrol station. That filled in about 30 minutes, but at last we found ourselves back at the Avis office and survived the drop-off, which by now involved a queue. Luckily one person in the queue spoke French and English and translated the few bits my meager French couldn’t handle.
The ticket collector just passed and punched our validated tickets (Tracy, note). No passports required, but we must ...
This sunday I made a nice hiking trip with my Dad to the Speer mountain. It suposed to be a training for my further Trekking in Cusco or better said it was in order to see how fit I am. We part in the morning with the car to Amden from where we start our hiking. To begin we could see the lovely Walensee, which for me is one of the most beautifull lakes in Switzerland, and after passing the forest we came allways closer to the mountains.
Many years I ...