Silvretta Parkhotel Klosters
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... sadly not anymore.... at least for me. The Weather was absolutely perfect and Bianca and myself had a good time relaxing in those higher elevations. A couple days ago I made an Bicycle tour in the Black Forrest going up and around the "Schluchsee" it is a beautiful ride among the hills going true the Black forrest in Southern Germany just across the Rhine river from Rümikon where my Mother and also my sister and Brother in Law are living..... ...
... worldwide and 2,500 in their Ditzingen operation (near Stuttgart), which is like a little village. It is a very modern facility and spread over multiple buildings, which are all connected by a series of underground passages which protects them during the harsh winters.
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... last day of our hiking adventure.
So nice to catch up with Katherina again and meet her husband and little boy.
We had no expectations about our week in Switzerland thinking we would probably spend our time in their town and perhaps take a few day trips. We were in for a surprise! Katherina managed to borrow a car and, with the weather outlook favourable in the south, she outlined plans for the week. All I can say is I was glad I had a ...
Quick entry to reflect a lunch stop in Liechtenstein. This tiny country is most famous for selling postage stamps, and the fact that almost every European tour operator includes a few minutes here so they can boast of another country visited. Now that I think about it, maybe that 's what we did :-)
... A mouse being chased by a cat, came across a cow. The mouse pleaded with the cow could he please hide him so the cow pooped on the mouse. The mouse was almost completely hidden except for his little tail peeking out. The cat saw the mouses tail and pulled and pulled until the mouse was free of the poop. The moral of the story was, not everyone who ***** on you, means all bad, and not everyone who pulls you out of the ****, means all good". Onwards to Munich tomorrow. Xoxo A & ...