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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... that then rides up on a gondola, then hikes to another village, with another gondola (maybe better to say cable car? Problematic--gondola suggests Venice, cable car suggests San Francisco!) down into Lauterbrunnen, arriving near lunchtime. The return up valley could be on foot or bus, and there is a mighty thundering waterfall to visit halfway. This was just about what I had come up with after perusing the guidebook, and I was geared up for this. Karen had her heart set on ...
... the food is fine! Dinner was cheese fondue, pork and veggies (including the most delectable mashed potatoes ever!), and a flan, which is probably called something else here. Wi-fi is available only in the public area, so we are a bit behind in publishing this blog. Our room, very cozy, is in the annex across the road. The comforters are warm and the pillows are huge but squishy; I think they are calling our ...
... 1 CHF for a glass or 3 CHF for a pitcher). We came back to the hotel, and has some white wine with swiss chocolate for dessert on the balcony. The view was gorgeous! We finished that bottle of wine pretty quickly and headed over to the nearest bar to watch the soccer game Ghana-Germany. We had two more beers (I was getting happy!), meet some locals (who also spoke perfect English and French) and came back to the hotel a bit late. It was a wonderful ...
... of our bikes are standing proud. Other than some small electric vehicles, this village is car free; this was a decision taken by the village when the road from Saas Grund was built in 1951, connecting the two.
Saas Fee is a skiing mecca. With 3 cable cars, 1 cog railway , 5 gondolas, 2 chairlifts and 11 T-bar lifts, there is no excuse for not being able to get up high. Any place that is good for skiers is normally a hiking paradise ...
... to recover. After an hour or so, we were all frozen and starving, so he took us to a beer garden, where we all got massive steins of beer to wash down pretzels, goulash and best of all, pork knuckles -amaaaaaaazing. We got back on the bikes, slightly wobbly, and Matt took us to a part of the river where people were river surfing. It was awesome! They were lining up long the bank, and then took it in turns to jump off, onto their boards and surf back and ...