Congress Hotel Seepark
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Conference facilities
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Travel Blogs from Thun
... the towers, with great views of the town. The nearby church, which is over 1000 years old, had repair work going on, so was closed up. Beautiful building though.
We trained back, and on the way talked to two American grad students (Everett and Houston) doing a two week European tour after a school conference. Turns out they're in school at NC State, Bill's alma mater. They were just arriving in Wengen, so ...
... the cab, we noticed the friendliness and helpfulness of the Swiss people. Jessie’s sister, Michaela, came to pick us up at 7pm to go for dinner with Jessie’s family...and what a great night we had. They had chosen a restaurant high above the lake with beautiful views to the west as the sun set. It was great to see Werner, Vreni and Remi again and for Graham to meet them. Michaela did a wonderful job ...
... look at the weather and decide. We followed his advice and just bought the round trip, minus Schilthorn. We were soon in the clouds as we ascended. At the top, Grutschlap (1486 metres) there was a little train waiting to take us to Murren. It made one stop at Winteregg where some young guys got off - not sure if they were going to walk to the falls or go hang gliding. At Murren, (1634 metres) we walked through the snow to get to the next mode of transport. The village ...
... away, however they failed miserably. In the early hours we hgot the train home.
The next morning we were up early for an amazing Swiss breakfast (The eggs and bacon are immense) before heading to Bern for a day of sightseeing and then Young Boys Vs FC Luzern. A proper saturday of football and drinking. Class. We made a bet on the train about bears, I had a stupid thought about bears being in the forest, to which Michele replied, "I will show ...
... edge of the lake, sadly it was not open as it displays 5000 cookery books dating from the 16th Century. So we went and had a look at another Panorama of Thun which is housed in the grounds of the Castle. I had never seen anything like the 2 that we visited and it really does make an interesting hour to visit them. This one was the first Swiss panorama painting and also the oldest to ...