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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... What spoilt the ambience was one, and only one, tiny piece of dog poo (so someone in Switzerland is inconsiderate or lets their dog out by itself?)
The time had come to take the plunge… a local hostelry had to be visited to see the lie of the drinks land. Outcome not too bad compared to expectations, CHF 11.50 (£8) for a pint and Bailey’s coffee and we were sitting down at the time!
After walking back Italian meatballs with imported ASDA sauce became ...
... huge and amazing. The look out placed us about even with the middle of the falls. They were mostly frozen and giant icicles were growing everywhere. We saw some other lookout a little farther up and made our way to it. The next lookout had a plaque that commemorated Sherlock and a fake wreath. Seemed a bit overboard to me. The last lookout we wanted to make it to was on the top of the falls. We tried to follow the trail but had to turn around due to the sheet of ice that covered ...
Our Chalet could not have been a more perfect location for a Swiss adventure. Situated in the Ski resort of Adelboden, the 80 year old chalet- the original Guiding World Centre is a true fairy tale spot amidst the Swiss mountains. The centre offers dorms and smaller rooms for individual travellers such as myself and since I joined an adventure week board and lodging was all inclusive (and very tastey I might add- especially the crumble and ...
... us an assortment of cheeses. DELISH!
It could not have been a more perfect way to spend the evening and our last night in Switzerland. Along with our picnic, we grabbed some blankets and spent the next few hours curled up on our balcony. Absolute bliss. Looking back on our trip, Keller and I had many fancy dinners, but this simple evening on our patio, stands out as being one of the best evenings of our trip. ...
... Europe at 11,333 feet.
As the train neared the top station, I felt a bit "different", which I attributed to the altitude and was hoping that I wouldn’t have any problems. For some reason, I thought of the scene from An Officer & Gentlemen where the aspiring Pilots were in the altitude chamber trying to perform simple tasks. I didn’t have any trouble speaking or moving and certainly could have “shuffled cards” or whatever, but ...