Sorell Hotel Aarauerhof
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... relaxation! We found the thermal baths, but our luck were closed for remodeling! Come to find out they have been closed for a year and a half! We explored some of the hotels close by and found a spa that opened at noon. So we grab a bite to eat and came back. What a experience! The mineral water was awesome! Got to soak in the water with various types of jet to relieve those aching muscles. We also tried out the steam room and sweated a ...
... carved in a stone and the outline is a pig. Some say that the outline of the pig represents the personality of the French. After the lion monument the people who chose to go up Mt. Pilatus. It took 30 minutes on the gondola to go up the hill. When we got there Janna and I walked up higher to take some photos. The views over Lucerne were amazing. You could see so far. It snows all year round in Switzerland so w were told it might be cold and to take a jacket but it was actually a ...
... a detour to take pictures of the Kappeler Bridge) for the boat that would take us to the town near the base of the Rigi Mountain where we would begin our venture upwards. We walked a bit and then jumped on a bus which dropped us at the place where we would take the cable car up to the beginning of our walk.
Having lived on the prairies my whole life, I am a Flat-lander... and the next 60 minutes made it clear to me ...
... I guess being a bit further out there is more land available and these boxes are special, there is also the most super indoor round yard that has a very spiritual feeling, and this is used by Gabrielle's husband for teaching disabled riders.
I watch 2 lessons, before mine on Nathan. LESSON NOTES
7pm Sylvia meets me at the station – how lovely. I don't have to walk up that hill… and she has ...
... we had to spend them.
In Luzern we went to a masterpiece that was very sad. It was called the dying lion that was carved into stone on a wall above some water. The writing was very ancient and it was made in 1736. The lion has been pierced with a spear and he has a very sad look on his face. I have included a photo.
I saw heaps of Swiss army knives for sale and one called ...