Seminarhotel Unterhof am Rhein
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... One of the most interesting and most expensive stores was the caviar and truffle shop.
Boarded the airport train to Gate E (moo-ing again).
Found a cafe for a bite (espresso, Rivella, croissants) during which there was an announcement that people for our flight had to go to the gate. Weird. Little early.
Had to go through another customs-type passport-check area and my carry-on bag and I were selected for ...
... Nine towers remain along this wall. We climbed the three open to the public. A Trip to the local supermarket to sample some delicious Swiss chocolate, before finding a cafe by the river to relax We haven't had this much free time in the whole trip ... Not used to entertaining ourselves !!! Only 3 more days to go :( A guy came and set up his Swiss horn and played several songs and yodelled. Then dismantled it and before moving on. Gosh this holidaying is ...
What a beautiful day of town hopping! We briefly got together with a friend of mine from a university French class. Though we hadn't seen each other in about 6 years, she eagerly offered to show us around her town for whatever time we had! Walked around, saw the old wall and town, had a beautiful breakfast by the lake (best view in town, courtesy of Starbucks...), and of course, visited a ...
... stien is only one drink, brilliant. We ordered our second beer with big smirks on our face. Next thing the band does is a bit of yodling. Then they get few people up on stage to have a go. Andrew and I hide carefully behind our pillar until we here the band say " OK, lets start" Then we pop our heads up again. Bugger the band leader is walking right across the floor and pointing at me, so I ignored him, then he says "your tour director says you need to come ...
... though is all original. Here I also visited the Lion monument carved in 1820 as a tribute to swiss soldiers who died during the French revolution. Next door is the Gletschergarten where a glacier used to be and now is kind of kitschy and even included a mirror maze that I got hopelessly lost in based on the Alhambra palace in Spain. I also visited the Sammlung Rosengart an art gallery which displays Angela Rosengart's collection. It mostly consists of Picassos as she was ...