Hotel am Hochrhein
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Beverage Selection
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Well today is our last vacation day before we travel all day tomorrow, to get home. We took the train to the airport to check all our details and check in to be prepared. Then we travelled back by train into town... after a few detours... as we took the wrong train back..but with a few tram rides we were back at the hotel and grateful our day ticket covers trams, trains and busses!!! But on the bright side, ...
... and bought myself a shot glass to add to my collection (I'm getting one from each country i visit) as well as a couple Swiss Army knives for myself and family/friends. After shopping, I took the train to Uetliberg mountain. I wasn't sure what to expect but I'd heard great things about it from my dorm mates the first night here in Zurich. Man were they right, it's amazing! I found it as beautiful to being at the top of the Eiffel Tower, looking down on all of France. Best ...
It was raining today and unfortunately the scenic Bernina express didn't look as good in the rain although still beautiful not many pics as we were in mist most of the time. It was really hard saying good bye to st. Moritz. We traveled to Chur then a very quick swap of trains to a fast regional train to Zurich, we arrived about 1:30pm and since we could not check in to our apartment till 2pm we decided we would walk to the place. Pretty easy to get to and we ...
This probably comes as quite a surprise to those unaware BUT Lisa can become a little grumpy if not fed. So, having arrived at the hotel at about 10:00pm it was our immediate task to find FOOD but not any food - vegetarian food of a calibre acceptable to veteran vegetarians. Some folk book accommodation based upon proximity to attractions, transport or places of historical ...
Thurs 2/1/14After breakfast I met Luca, 18, and Cecille, 20 (whom I vaguely remembered from their visit to our farm in 2000), and we all had a chat on Skype to my folks at home. Both Luzia and Hans had the day off and had kindly planned to take me on a day’s tour of central Switzerland. First stop was Lucern, where we wandered around the city centre admiring an old church and the famous wooden bridge, most of which was tragically burnt down in the ‘90s ...