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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... siting or stamping was required, just willkommen in Schweiz (welcome to Switzerland) and please don't forget your belongings. Shot out of the tunnel like a bullet, the scenery started to change, lush and inviting green pastures feeding goats and sheep and autumnal tones were more noticeable as we rushed closer to the cooler temperatures. The city drew nearer with industrial buildings and hillsides matted with homes. Welcoming us are generally ...
... the concierge said not to worry about traffic noise as after the commute is over it's dead & some of the cafés were packing up by 9pm I did walk down to the lake, I mean, it would be rude not to. It's rather beautiful and worth a rerun trip, mind I looked like is was raining cats and dogs on the other side. I nearly got tempted by raclette cheesy but in my rather travel worn and ibuprofen induced haze (see next ...
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On Wednesday MamaD and I made our way to my eldest cousin's house in the mountains of Switzerland. This was not an easy task as we avoided the Swiss autobahn roads. Instead of paying individual road tolls one must buy a "Vignette" which is displayed on the windshield. Forty Swiss Francs aren't a small sum and so we made our away across small and tiny and teeny tiny roads from the border to the little village of ...
... A pretty freaky experience looking up through the cracks in the glacier, ok if you didn't think about what might happen. Back out onto the snow we caught the chairlift compete with outer 'bubble' to the ice park. We had a great laugh sliding down the snow on the Suisse version of a toboggan (way more fun!). Wet and chilly we finished the day with a hot chocolate before heading back down. We zipped over more cows, this time hearing ...