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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... happened, Andrea's parents left, the boys had to go to bed, Stephan left.
It was getting late for Seppi - he had to get up for work in the morning - so we said our goodbyes and Andrea drove us to the train station.
It had actually snowed and there was a light skiff on the ground - the kind that would make drivers cautious.
Andrea knew that road well, she blew down it along the curves like a pro. We made our train!
The journey begins with making a 10 hr layover in Zurich, Switzerland. Listening to my mom's great advice I ended up booking a day room at the Hilton airport hotel. What a difference that makes to be able to have a room to throw stuff in, clean up and then leave to do some exploring! I ended up having my checked bags go to Johannesburg and so I didn't have to reclaim them at the baggage claim and so just had my backpack with camera gear, etc... I was originally planning to ...
... deepest jungle, ancient paths and dangerous grounds.
Probably all my values are going to be taken away from me by nice strangers with a knive...
Or I'm stupid enough to leave my backpack unattended - because I was flirting with a hot latino in the bus. Maybe.
Waking up in a hammock, my hair all messed up from saltwater, sun and humidity.
Hearing waves breaking on rock, while I break my fast in a cheap but sweet little ...
... the tram. As we boarded the smallest funicular car, Chris hit his head. (This had become an unfortunate theme of our European adventure.) However, he recovered quickly as we chugged up the mountain taking pictures of the beautifully green scenery around us.
In no time we'd reached the platform to board the Cabrio, a double decker cable car with an open top, that would bring us to the sunny summit of Mount Stanserhorn. Chris ...
... to go home.
Monday has now been renamed Racletteday, which come about after Karin made Raclette. Raclette should definitely be introduced in Australia because it is awesome. It’s the better version of fondue, you melt cheese in individual little pans and then pour it over boiled potatoes and eat it with pickle and olives. Oh yeah, now you want some too. Tuesday we spent in Lucerne and on our last day we just bumbed around and ate more sausage the ...