Hotel Zum Weissen Kreuz
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... state, they finally realised the dark figure standing up in the room was me, not Carmen :) Later that morning, Karen said she'd purposely kicked the blanket off her bed because it was too hot, yet somehow it came back on her bed. I was like "ooooh, I thought it was an accident and I tried to give it back to you but you wouldn't respond!". Later that evening, we tried to re-enact the event. We couldn't figure it out, and physics couldn't possibly explain how the ...
... chose to explore the views from the caves that are rumoured to have dragons in them. Maybe that's why he took me! Coincidently we were fortunate enough to catch sight of a para glider taking off from the top and sailing down the mountain. As we were descending down the mountain, our tour director, who was sitting next to Wayne, stood up to take some photos. As she sat down she sat on her cap accidentally and shot up thinking that Wayne had grabbed her on the bottom. I ...
... there sure are many influences to modern warfare that have been decided within this city.
From there we visited the business district and saw a film crew recording on one of the main drags. We couldn't tell if it was a major Hollywood production or just a local commercial, but hopefully we'll recognize the film or ad in the future. We walked the park and also saw a swiss clock built into a garden and the Jet d'Eau, Europe's tallest fountain ...
We boarded a plane, left Croatia, flew across the Adriatic Sea then over Italy into Switzerland. We landed in a city called Basel which is on the border to France, Switzerland and Germany. Then the plan was a straightforward train journey from Basel to Lucerne. Or so we thought....We arrived at the train station at 10:03 and the next train for Lucerne was scheduled at 10:04. Common sense would suggest stop, have a coffee and catch the next train. Tara ...
... us South Africans, who only take Rikkis home) and flopped into bed - well the airmatress that would change our lives, as Niko put it. After a proper all-you-can-eat brunch at the university the next morning, we were left to our own devices to explore, discover and venture through Zurich. We ended up sitting on a bench by the Limmat just soaking up every drop of spring sun. Back at home we cooked up a storm, before getting into our skirts to go dancing! We tried our feet at ...