Sunny Days Bed & Breakfast
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... bus back to Gare Cornavin. Walked towards Quai Du Mont Blanc to take ferry ride on M1 route (they have 3 routes, M1 to M3). Back and forth on Lac Lemon. Bought only 1 magnet - it cost 7 CHF which is 5.80 Euro (other places 3 to 4 only). Walked back to hotel to pick up bag and tried to rush to train station to take the 1.15pm train to Bern on platform 4. Had to validate ...
Todays title I saw on a map of the area of Interlaken. Its a fair description of this beautiful place. I figure you would struggle to design a more picturesque perfect scenic town. Nestled in a valley, between two still aqua blue lakes, surrounded by towering mountains, covered in thick green woodland, with the sights of whitecaps and glaciers, under a warming bright sun and blue skies.
Turns out, theres no domestic intercity ...
... we Skyped Lou and Olley to catch up on our news (we had to move up to the recreation area to get an adequate signal) for the first time, so that was great. (The wonders of technology!) Not sure what tomorrow will bring since we did not have the wonderful sunset this evening and we could have some rain overnight. Never mind, we have had a day to remember for the rest of our lives which is what this trip is all ...
... as being shouted Swiss coffee in what looked like soup mugs – very pleasant! ....Interesting (although not surprising) to know the general sense is one of disapproval of the continuing compulsory military service in Switzerland, in particular as domestic violence incidents involving guns cpontinued to increase … noting that the Government provided a free gun to every adult man – although these days they no longer provided ...
... vehicles actually fit down such old streets.
Breakfast was quite the spread, with the usual muesli, yogurt, cold cuts and cheese, fruit, eggs two ways, bacon, sausage, rolls, croissants (and Nutella!), and also beans in tomato sauce, porridge, and a couple of other things that remained a mystery.
And then we had to leave the nicest hotel I’ve ever stayed at in Europe and get back on the bus. I could easily have spent another day in ...