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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... or be highly antisocial and read the news/play games on your ipod/phone/whatever.
We played the fish game with Avaia learning to say all her colors in 3 languages, Talia instructing everyone on WHEN to throw the dice and HOW (apparently to her there is a technique…did I mention she is Swiss too?), and caused people to envy us due to how much fun we were having.
“I LOVE THE FISH MAMA!!”
... so that the cabins we were staying in didn't even have locks on the doors! They lace their bridges with dynamite, have grass covered air hangars so that planes are concealed, each Swiss person does military training and is given a weapon that they keep in their home. They also have bunkers all over the place and can get the entire country underground within 30 mins. ...
... out of town towards the lake. It turned out to be a slightly longer walk than anticipated, but it was a nice little path and we eventually found the water and sat down for a sambo. Another beautiful view of snow-capped mountains and a massive lake. I finally started getting cold, and the sky was looking ominous, so back we headed to the lovely warm hostel. We cooked that night, in an attempt to save a bit of cash, and had a quiet night in our massive, empty luxury ...
... was no way to not be hooked in by at least one carabiner at all times. It was in this beautiful forest so all the elements were in the trees. There were eight courses, some taking almost an hour to complete. There was zip lining and cables you had to walk across as well as rope swings and planks hanging on cables. There were numerous ways to cross from one platform to another on completely unstable elements like swaying rings and swinging planks to logs that spun when you stood on ...
... display projected on the walls. I took the elevator to the top and that led to a small observation area with yet another snack bar (Coffee was about Ch$5). There was a revolving
door out to the observation platform, so I ventured outside to have a look. There's a large concrete & stone tower with the Observatory Dome on the top and that seemed to be blocking the wind to some extent. However, venturing on either side of the tower brought the full ...