- Shuttle bus service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... MY language while in THEIR country. When we arrived in Zurich from our overnight train we were completely wiped and had to navigate the Swiss train system. Jake and I had arranged months ago to stay with a family that is related to our good family friends from Colorado. Luckily, Sarah, the mom, gave me pretty detailed instructions on how to get to their house from Zurich. She assured me one of her four sons would be there to meet us at our stop. Sure ...
Matt and I both suffered from pretty serious jetlag when we arrived here (Switzerland is 7 hours ahead of the USA where we came from). It took us ...
... food - German sausage and mustard followed by ice-cream.
We decided not to walk the 5 kilometres back to the campsite and caught a bus instead. Oh my aching feet! We cooled off in the lake which, in hindsight, should have happened before we headed off for a walk in the sun.
Later that evening we went up to the local student hang-out and had a bite to eat and listened to some music, then watched some half-hearted fireworks over the ...
... to the border by now.
It’s very industrial through here, so no conscience qualms from using the computer rather than looking at the scenery.
We had two hours to kill at Colmar, since basically nothing had gone seriously wrong, so had a decaf coffee. There will be a picture, I haven’t ever seen such small cups. It was delicious, but you could have finished it in a swallow fairly easily.
We found ...
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 ...