Sorell Hotel Aarauerhof
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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- 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 ...
... around looking at the artwork and architecture. Afterward we walked outside around the church.
By this time we were hungry, so we headed back to the market and bought some hazelnuts. We contemplated salami, but we weren't sure what kind to get, so we ended up in a place called New York Food instead where we split a burger. After that we went in search of a coo-coo clock shop Bryan remembered from his last trip here. We never found the exact shop he ...
... 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 ...
... a highlight of the trip!
By the time we arrived at the bottom of the mountain, we still had a couple hours to shop and wander around Lucerne. We purchased some Swiss chocolate from a shop oddly named Casa Grande, and ate some delicious, piping-hot and cheesy pizza/quiche in a local bakery. From the shelter of our café, we enjoyed watching the thunderheads overtake the mountain, and transform the city from leisurely, vacationing pedestrians, ...
... other cities is that everything was so clean and beautifully maintained. We walked through the town to the Lion monument, a very impressive lion carved into a rock face that serves as a memorial for a time during the French Revolution where the hired Swiss army was stabbed in the back by the French – the anguish on the lion’s face is painfully clear and it has a dagger in its back. Looking at him it was hard not to think of Aslan…