Congress Hotel Seepark
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Thursday September 10 - we were up early today and down for breakfast bright and early – at 7:00! Today is our one chance to visit the Alps and we want to get an early start!
We managed to get out of the hotel by 8:00 and made it to our first stop in Grindelwald in good time. After finding parking, and managing to get my …
Wednesday September 9
Beautiful morning today, which was lucky! We are planning a very long drive today, and we're going to drive some mountain passes, so the good weather will be much appreciated!
Breakfast was great at our hotel in Schaffhausen – it was not a buffet, but rather served at our table. There was a …
Today we visited beautiful Lake Thun sitting on a thermal glacier bed it is 13 miles long and 2 miles wide. The River Argue runs into Lake Thun and there is the town of Thun with a population of approximately 44,000. The day we were there it was very busy with a market. We took a tour of the Thun Castle built 1180 and 1190 by the Dukes of Zahbringen, the castle houses a five-flour ...
... riverside cafes, while you can cill out in the sun. I preferred this town, from a culture point of view, and a slower pace of life!
As a biker enthusiast, I was great to bump into a Harley Davidson shop!
This was our last day. Tomorrow we're heading back to Strasbourg, 175 miles.
... the mountain. We saw the ski slopes which would be so much fun and even though they only opened in the last week or so we saw only a few skiers. We also saw the beautiful houses which looked like little gingerbread houses with icing sugar roofs. After 2 hours of changing altitude and my ears struggling to equalize we reached Lauterbrunnen. My right ear took several more hours before it unblocked and I was deaf until then, not too much fun. We went to the local ...