Hotel Weisses Kreuz
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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
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... all the animals from the farm are brought into the barn that is built right alongside the farmer's house, so they can be looked after right through the snowy months of winter - usually 3 months, they are inside. So a farmer can only have as many animals as he can fit in his barn!!
I rode past a dairy production place with a few milk vats, so I guess the local farmers all bring their milk here (or maybe it gets collected?) and it's processed here. I saw a ...
... just two phrases - Grütze is an informal greeting that everyone uses in the street - even young children would greet me, so polite and hospitable! and danke or danke schön for thank you. I admit, I tried not to make eye contact because I really didn't want people to engage in conversation with me - too scary!!! But I made it back with my Quark, radishes and dark chocolate (which kept me awake last night!!)
I'm off to the forest today...
... I found it a fascinating detour and I have tried to learn more about the geology and history of the Church of the Devil.
Afterwards Monika and I (and Leo the Dog) walked along small roads on wide open fields and then through roads in pine woods to get back to her house in Schlatt. Cows watched us with wary eyes to make sure we were not going to bother them.
... 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. ...
... Ipad, Ipod, etc. is the way to go. So, of course when I lost my phone I was devastated. For one, it was my main way of communicating with people. Not only that, but I also had a lot of pictures of friends and family, and a GPS! --> when you are in a foreign country this thing is a must! So I literally tried almost everything so I could get it back. Unfortunately no luck, but it was definitely quite an adventure.
I needed to file a police report so I had ...