I visited four states in the US so far and I treasured every moment of those travels. In my personal "bucket list", the country of Switzerland is included. I wanted to Discover Swiss "Pearls" activities in that country. This is Hotel Chesa Rosatsch which is located in Celerina, St. Moritz. Once a month, they have a story telling activity here. Some locals will be invited to tell the mysteries of this place. This kind of activity fascinates me already.This is a very enchanting place don't you think? You can visit this place in Lake Gruyère where you will enjoy an hour boat ride by the lake. You will enjoy the beauty of this historical island that goes back during the medieval era. The ruins and the chapel make Tiny Île d’Ogoz, a captivating sight to visit.I love to explore the kind of life others do for a living. This vineyard in Mendrisiotto is a place that allows the guests to spend a day helping with the grape harvest. They call it vendemmia, a great activity that I can call adventure.The 4000 Peak Climb of this mountain is an activity that is very rewarding. The journey of the Allalinhorn is worth the effort because the top panoramic view is fantastic. This is an adventure that is worth trying for.To experience the thrill of ghost hunting in Zurich would be my last destination. There are stories that poltergeists still haunt some of the dark streets here. Ghost Walk activity is a must to see when you visit this place. Do you want to know more about the Swiss Gems? Visit myswitzerland.com and discover the unique activities in Switzerland. Check out the Website now.
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