Sorell Hotel Aarauerhof
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- 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 ...
... stuff (Hermes, Omega, Louis Vuitton, etc.) aaaand some very interesting looking restaurants.
If you consider shopping, then be prepared for a wide range of watches, starting from the popular Swatch to some sofisticated brands. Tag Heuer hosted the new McLaren model in their stand.
Also, those VictorInox Swiss Army Knives might come in handy, at a certain discount.
In comparison with other airports I've been in, here ...
... 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 ...
... one end was a part of the old city wall.
Friday 2nd Lucerne.
We are now planning our transport for the next phase of our holiday; to Paris by initially by Swiss train system to Lausanne then TGV fast train to Paris. It would appear that at the Swiss train system works with short change over between trains, but it seems that our best option from a timing point of view, Is to do three stops to Lausanne to allow us 40 ...
... station, so we thought we'd try to economize a little! The final stop on our walking tour was the lion monument that Lucerne is famous for. It's a huge stone sculpture set in a cliff in a small park that is a weeping lion that was carved in memory of the heroic deaths of the Swiss mercenaries at the Tuileries in 1792. It was actually quite moving. The lion reminded me of Aslan from the Narnia books. We did a bit of ...