2021 Ritmo-World Meeting in Switzerland

June or July 2021 in Fehraltdorf (Kanton Zürich)

 

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Dear Ritmo-World friends, 

Our 2020 Club Meetings were all cancelled because of Corona.
But for 2021 we hope to meet again in Switzerland. Claudia and David Perets invit you to participate in this meeting which will take place in Zürcher Oberland.
We will communicate the new date during summer 2021 here and via the newsletter.

Accommodation: Motel-Fehraltorf

We will have some rooms reserved for our meeting at the hotel 'Motel Fehraltdord' - details will follow in summer 2020
Please feel free to book your own room and don’t forget to mention the CODE: “RITMO-WORLD” in order to get our special rates.
Single room incl. breakfast per room per night: CHF 85.-
Dbl room incl. breakfast per room per night: CHF 125.-

Hotel address:

Motel Fehraltorf
Luppmenstrasse 13
CH-8320 Fehraltorf
Tel. +41 44 497 71 71
info@motel-fehraltorf.ch
http://www.motel-fehraltorf.ch/

 

For the outdoor lovers, there’s a campsite nearby (near Wetzikon)

https://www.wetzikon.ch/stadtleben/sport/sf/anlagen1/campingplatz-auslikon


Meeting Program (subject to change)

Friday (date unnknown)

Meeting in late afternoon at Motel-Fehraltorf.
Check in, refresh and a short orientation drive in the area.
Dinner at a location nearby (hasn’t finalised yet)

Saturday (date unnknown):

Detailed program should be finalised in the next sometime...
A beautiful scenic drive through the Zürcher Oberland Hills direction Appenzeller Region. 

One of the attractions there is a guided visit to the famous local cheese making... and nevertheless the Appenzeller old town.

https://www.schaukaeserei.ch/

 

Dinner will take place at restaurant “Im Speck” located at the Flying Club and it’s approximately 20 min. walking distance from Motel-Fehraltorf:     

https://www.im-speck.ch/

 

 

Sunday (date unnknown):

Also Sunday program should be finalised in the next sometime...
There is an Old-Timer Museum nearby that worth a visit...

http://www.fahrzeug-museum.ch/index.php?article_id=1