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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Bellevue Interlaken
This hotel is very close to the train station and city center. It is very clean. The WiFi is pretty good. There is a kitchen for use which is great because their is a grocery store next door. The only thing I did not like was the shower made the entire bathroom wet. Amazing view!
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Day 29 I had decided to have a true rest day after several days of mountain riding. I headed down to breakfast at 9am where I caught up with Bill and Joan. They were going to have a low key day as well so we decided to catch up at 11am and have a look around town. Our guide suggested that we may wish to take the train to "Jungfraujoch Top Of Europe …
... sky-diving this morning - as one does on a Wednesday - and I was going to meet her when she was done to go kayaking.
We took a bit longer than planned getting organised, but we ended up at one of the lakes at a little kayak hire place that we had heard of.
The guy there was so lovely! We got major discount for some really crazy reason (not that we were poor, or any other dirty reason you might be thinking of - and I've just put that in your head ...
... readers, but we are quite glad that soon enough the writing will be over and we can have a break from documenting our daily lives. Although interesting I'm sure haha! We are extremely glad we have put in the effort though, as I'm sure the memories will begin to fade once home and we will be able to turn back to this for a play by play run down of each day. Hope all is well at home and over the world Love Us xx 1 October Wow, October has arrived ...
Around about are green trees and grass. The place is a sheltered, reposeful woodland nook, remote from noise and stir and confusion — and all this is fitting, for lions do die in such places, and not on granite pedestals in public squares fenced with fancy iron railings. The Lion of Lucerne would be impressive anywhere, but nowhere so impressive as where he is.— Mark Twain, A Tramp Abroad, 1880
... up the towers and walked on a stretch of the wall. We particularly enjoyed the tower that they use now as a museum of the old clockworks from around the city. Huge pendulums swung ticking the time.
We wandered next down through old town, a car free shopping area, where they were setting up for a music festival. We were glad to be there early, because it is sure to be crazy once that is in full-swing. We stopped into a gift shop and I bought a couple of ...