Sorell Hotel Tamina
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Travel Blogs from Bad Ragaz
... city being mostly Protestant) and in fact 80% of the property in Rapperswil is owned by the Catholic Church. Marcello took us to the towns Rose Garden, showed us around a little of the old town and then let us loose for an hour which included our lunch time. On our wander around the grounds of a church, we found the sweetest cemetery where every grave was so different to the last and adorned with flowers and small trinkets to keep the dearly departed company. We then ...
... cities are very modern once you get out of the old town. But the cows are grazing in the modern part of the towns as well. We actually haven't seen cows grazing in the old town of these villages. There just isn't room for them.
We are staying in the village of Chur, the oldest city known in Switzerland. We got to our hotel around 3:00, checked in and started to walk the town. We are mostly looking for ...
Eldon got up early this morning; I slept until almost 7:30. It was so nice sleeping last night. You might say I didn't have a great nights sleep because of all the cowbells and the owls. There was also a raging thunderstorm quite a distance away. So, I loved the night time, I loved the sounds and probably slept better than I think.
We had a lovely breakfast. Eldon ordered fried eggs, and I could hardly watch him eat ...
... Innsbruck at noon and took mountain roads to Feldkirch. Once again, the countryside is amazing. Maybe it's because Eldon and I both knew what it was like to spend time on a farm that we enjoyed the countryside so much. We walked the town, had a nice hotel, Internet and lovely ...
... Rather a sleepless night as the fridge refused to fire on
gas (we took a no-electric option, to keep costs down, as the 0.7euros per
KW-hr is iniquitous). We assume that this is either due to a. Altitude (we are
1,822m) or b. outside temperature (we are around 8 Deg C in the evening, falling
to 4 Deg C during the night). Had to shut the fridge down completely and then
ask for a power connection at 8am. Got the fridge to fire on LPG ...