Hotel Chalet Swiss
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- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... of the world that I can only dream about. Currently, her work’s focus is on reducing heart disease in developing nations. Working in healthcare myself, this was an interesting dialogue.
Conversation soon turned to the food as the most amazing medium rare hamburgers were served, with locally grilled vegetables. Oh my goodness. It was amazing!!! Discussion soon swayed to the quality of the food. My knee jerk reaction was surprise at a ...
... we shall see if it matches our high standards (so there)
The chicken was finally finished off and footie was on in the TV room so we went up (well I did the blogging and reading, she watched the match.
It looks like we are set for a good few days before we start the real homeward leg via a tarmac overnight stop in Bruhl, Germany, visit Zoe, Rene and the kids and have a couple of days at Arnhem before our final ferry trip for this Grand Tour. We’ll let you ...
... was so exciting!! My first snow experience.. And in Europe, how awesome is that!?! By the time we got to our camping site, it was freezing cold! First thing I did was touch the snow! Alyce was as excited as I was, we were both touching snow. Snow here, snow there.. Snow everywhere!
Our cabin and the restroom were separated.. You can imagine what it is like in the cold freezing weather, and in the middle of ...
... Interlaken when I was choosing a place to stay. After much beautiful scenery of lakes and mountains, I arrive in Bern. A lovely info-desk lady sets me up with a map and circles some places of interest, as well as telling me I can walk the whole length of the map in 20 minutes. I set off, go the wrong way, realise, head the right way, and shortly after arrive at an ornate clock tower which I duly photograph. There are many closed shops with unaffordable goods, and ...
We had rain overnight and on waking it was damp, gloomy and overcast. After breakfast we strolled into Interlaken rather than taking the bus to do a bit of grocery shopping. After lunch the weather was not promising - one or two short spells of sunshine and warmth, so we did not venture forth, opting to potter about - David cleaning the bikes, me doing the ironing. A little later a couple of British caravans checked in, two couples ...