Goebels Sophien Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... on the train headed from Basel to the Swiss/German border, and I realised that I was about to turn off my mobile Internet for 4.5 months. Most people I know would freak out at the prospect of not being linked-in for a day, and I have to admit it is also a real-to-virtual connection that I wouldn't give up at home. But on my last two holidays (travelling solo for 2 weeks and 3 weeks respecively) I decided to limit my usage of the internet and social media to the most ...
... this cold and saying bye to Noelle was hard. There is something about being around a friend that knows you well enough to not have to constantly talk to and try to get to know. Sitting in silence was enough some times and comforting at the same time. I have been having some creative blocks too but I am working on them. At the end I attached some photos of the drawings I have been working on in my room. My roommate is gone so It’s been nice to have the room ...
... the vintage 8 pin bowling alley they had below the dining area in the main hotel.
Not long after our arrival the Germans won the quarter final of the World Cup and fireworks went off in daylight across the valley with huge echoing cracks and booms. The crowd in the dining room cheered and there were constant “toots” across the valley from cars and trucks travelling on the autobahn.
... Romanesque castles in Germany, built in 1067. It was the sanctuary for Martin Luther whilst he translated the New Testament into German for ten months. He had been excommunicated for nailing is 95 Theses on the door. A guided tour costing €9 for an hour with a German speaking guide was interesting. We had a brochure in English and pretended to understand what she said! The castle has been restored and is in a magnificent ...
... deck on the Zurich side. Once done here we left to visit the famous Black forest (known for its native clockmakers) and the cuckoo clock that symbolizes it. Oh you have to visit this huge Cuckoo clock which makes noise every hour and a bunch of dolls/couples comes out and dances to the tune. You visit the Black Forest and don’t get to taste the cake (the famous flavor originated here), can never happen and shouldn’t happen too ...