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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Rather than the “scorched earth”, rock hard soil pitches we endured in Italy, there is a central road and all pitches are on real live grass with boards under the wheels to protect against too much damage. We have a tap for instant water supply, a choice of 4 drains for waste water and a chemical disposal point discreetly hidden about 30 metres away (believe me these things are important!)
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Today was the third day of skiing of the trip but the first day of jj not skiing. Because of this we decided that Mum and I would take turns (shifts) watching him whilst the other skied with Dad. I had the first and third shifts and Mum had the second and forth. On my shift me and JJ played some Dobble and played on our respective ...
Having flown into Geneva I took the beautiful SBB railway into the mountains, the views of lake Geneva and the passing surroundings as the landscape gradually grew more and more dramatic was just amazing. The small alpine village of Adelboden was my destination, a skiing hot spot in the colder months but popular hikers hide out in the summer. Surrounded by mountains on every side and with very traditional alpine ...
... Also a nice visit with an Australian couple on the train from Interlaken to Lauterbrunnen; they had flown via Hong Kong to Zurich and were headed for Wengen up one of the mountainsides from where we are staying in Lauterbrunnen. This is a narrow mountain valley south of Interlaken, high stone walls on either side with a series of waterfalls from the top on the west side. One of the ...
... just have to wait for the next one if you miss it! This was great for me because I hate it when trains, buses, ferries are late and I also don’t like waiting around! From Brienz we crossed the street to the station heading up to the Rothorn. On the tracks there was a green engine steaming away and two red cars with neat windows that lifted up in front of it. We hopped in the front car with hopes of being able to get some pictures of the engine as the ...