Traube Braz Alpen.Spa.Golf.Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... divers take advantage of - very popular on the day we were there. Actually, the whole lake area is popular - you see, the government enforces Sunday as a family day, so very few shops are open and you see families out enjoying themselves, going places and having fun together - lovely to see!
Monday, I took the bold step of going to the shops alone to see if I could buy stuff - I went to 3 different stores and bought one thing in ...
... felt different. Cappuccino for me and an Appenzeller Bier for my cousin hit the spot. <i>"At 2,502.9 metres above sea level, Säntis is the highest mountain in the Alpstein mass of northeastern Switzerland. It is also the culminating point of the whole Appenzell Alps, between Lake Walenstadt and Lake Constance.'</i> Status update: my Swiss German has not improved. ...
... shooting practice was scheduled the next morning, ate our risotto and a whole chicken and went to bed.
The ground was uneven and I think we both dreamt of drunken hunters finding a tent behind their range...not the worst night, but definitely not the best.
The start was early the next morning and we had breakfast in front of a public pool. Mini Ciabatta, swiss brie and dry sausage from the mountains. ...
On 9/28 we took the train from Scuol to Appenzell with a stopover in St. Galen. We spent 4 hours in St. Gallen for lunch, a visit to the monastery and a walk around the attractive old town. The monastery, which is currently inactive as a monastery, contains an incredible library with documents as much as 1300 years old. The documents were saved from a fire in the 16th century and the library was beautifully rebuilt in the baroque style. No photos were allowed in the library so you'll ...
On 9/26 we again deviated from our original plans in order to travel back Guarda to see the festivities involved in bringing the cows down to lower pastures for the winter. Before the parade we heard two men playing alpenhorns for the waiting crowd. Horses led the parade of decorated cows down through the main street of town. The cow who had ...