Sorell Hotel Aarauerhof
- 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 ...
... Alpine Experience”. This is where the Disney feel came from. There is a HUGE snowglobe filled with moving wood figures that represent different parts of Swiss culture with lights and music that change with the movements of the figures. There were large edelweiss flowers all over the walls and large wood statues to take photos with. People-moving conveyor belts passed us through long hallways with murals of Swiss countryside, memorials to men ...
... right next to each other. It is on the border of the mountains and on a big lake. We ate at a British pub for lunch, then went back out later for dinner at a German restaurant just a few hundred feet away. Being Friday night, and a nice evening to be out, the restaurants were packed. We snagged a 4 person table on the riverside. It isn't uncommon for strangers to ask to share the table with you if you ...
... 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 planned on going up Mt Pilatus when we were in Luzern, but its being renovated at the top of the mountain so you can only go half way up. So instead of Mt Pilatus, we decided to do Mt Brunni. To get to Mount Brunni, we caught the train to Engelberg, then walked to the base where you catch a cable car up to one of the stations. We only went up as far as Station Ristis because we weren't going to ...