Travel to Rothenburg Germany, Zurich and Interlaken Switzerland – Episode 100categories: europe travel
The Amateur Traveler joins Chris on his recent trip to Europe. This episode focuses on Rothenburg, Germany and Zurich and Interlaken, Switzerland.
In Zurich, Chris and his travel companions went to Züri Fächt which is a festival which only happens every 3 years.
This show also features trip planning tips like booking an “open jaw” trip.
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Pictures from my Europe trip
Europe 2007 Trip – Planning Map
Flickr.com pictures of Switzerland
RickSteves.com – a good resource for planning Europe trips
Europe 2007 – Trip Journal
Germany’s Romantic Road
Rothenburg (Rick Steve’s)
Rothenburg ob der Tauber
Neuschwanstein (Mad Ludwig’s Castle)
Hotel Gerberhaus in Rotheburg
Zueri Faescht official site (German) (English)< City Backpacker Hostel – Zurich
Youth Hostel Grindlewald
Rail Europe: Specials & Promotions
Ski Hotels & Resorts Switzerland
100 shows, wow
JetBlue To Offer Inflight Internet
Vote in the Podcast Awards
Richard asks where to go to do an iTunes Review
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3 Responses to “Travel to Rothenburg Germany, Zurich and Interlaken Switzerland – Episode 100”
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August 5th, 2007 at 3:22 am
Congratulations on the big 100! Good going man.
(And I’m hoping for 100 more.)
August 20th, 2007 at 3:35 pm
Congratulations on the big 100!!! How exciting. And you cover an area I’m planning a trip to for your 100th show!
We’re planning a week in the Mosel Wine Region (we will get to Trier! For the second time), staying in a cute little Bundalo in a German Ferienpark, then a long weekend in Mozarttown Salzburg and then five days to show my husband Berlin. I can hardly wait.
But 100 podcasts – regular and reliable, and always of fantastic quality!
May 30th, 2008 at 2:44 pm
Congratulations (rather late) on 100 really great shows. My husband and I stayed in Interlaken a couple years ago. Although I loved the setting for some reason I didn’t love the town. Maybe it was all the emphasis on extreme sports or something. After listening to your show I wish we had stayed in Grindlewald. We’ll just have to go back.