Paolo had a show to direct at St. Gallen and they placed us in this old swiss inn, Hotel am Shonenbuhl :)
over a hundred years old actually.
(I dont know why, but I forgot to take a photo of the actual hotel.)
It was unreal. Picture perfect. I felt like the hills were really alive and was just waiting for Julie Andrews
to pop out of nowhere singing catchy tunes with her little minions.
No really, I was really waiting. ;p
Anyway... our trip was very short, 3 days actually,
but Paolo and I got to see and walk around the entire place...
But really, just a 10 minute walk from the hotel to the village,
which had like 3 restaurants? and only 1 was open for dinner..
"Little town, it's a quiet village....."
We went to the Apenzellerhof which apparently belonged to the son of the owner of Shonenbuhl! hahaha
Everything was written in german so the son/waiter/owner/chef asked us what we felt like eating,
then he made it for us. Yaaaabaaaang ;p hahaha
walking home was a... breeze.
We were told to just prepare for Baguio weather but It was freaking
I was wearing a pretend jacket (no lining) and leggings (not thermals... borderline stockings!)It apparently rained before we arrived that day so the weather changed. nice. haha
So thats it for now.
Missing our little breakfasts with our freshly baked bread, awesome cheese selection, honey from the comb
and forgetting to check if the water I'm pouring myself is sparkling or flat! hahaha worst feeling ever!