Interlaken Youth Hostel
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... With a minor World Cup match (no one in the TV room) it was an early night, only disturbed by a period of rain which had dried up by the morning.
Now for some more serious work as a sunny day had dawned.
The Trummelbach Falls drain the glaciers of the Jungfrau, Monch and Eiger at a rate of 20 000 litres/s. They consist of 10 underground and external sections which have had various areas drilled through the rock, walkways and lighted parts added to make them more ...
... a new watch and for my Mum. The watch is a Bucherer, and I had never heard of the brand but the name is a suburb of Interlaken and their main office seems to be here. They were very helpful and the old watchmaker came out and said....I don't remember this one but if you can get me the dimensions I may be able to make you a new band. One of the older sales guys came across and said....I remember that one, we sold them about 20 years ago....sad but seems no new ...
... is so beautiful…this can’t be real’. This was one of those moments in life which practically brings you to tears and I will never forget how thankful I felt at that moment with Chip by my side. The rest of our time in Lauterbrunnen was much like our first day. We actually fell in love with this quaint town in the middle of the mountains. We explored Trummelbach Falls which are a series of ten ...
... it we were super close to the landing ground and he said okay to land when I tell you...just stand up. So I did, and it was that easy, we were on the ground, I was still in disbelief of what just happened. We were probably flying through the air for around 20 minutes and because of the good wind we caught we were higher and in the air longer then the other people from my group. Overall, this was by far one of the coolest things I have done, in Europe...or ever in my ...
... at CHF 1.50 each instead of the usual CHF 2 to 3.50 depending on where you buy them.
Quite a spectacular journey to Lucerne. Went past Interlaken again, but the best part was the drive through several tunnels, including one that resembled a corkscrew, then down to the lake of Saruen Sea that had a beautiful aqua colour. The corkscrew tunnel was quite cool, we thought the satnav was playing tricks when the road ahead seemed to resemble some sort of a donut ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsInterlaken Youth Hostel
Wow if only all hostels were like this, clean, minimalist, nice staff, healthy food, free wifi and free adapters since the Swiss have very weird looking plugs, you give a deposit of 10 euros/francs which you get back once you return it
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