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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Heated pool
- Conference facilities
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... to suffice... Eventually we took two trains back to Wengen, one of them through a tunnel at the mountains edge on one side and glass on the other...yikes! Back to our hotel for another wonderful four course dinner. This is an amazing group of wonderful ...
Yet another early morning before yet another long drive. We scoffed down a quick cereal breakfast and pinched some of the little takeaway packets of Nutella they have on offer (apparently they go through THREE BOXES A DAY because mostly of Australians stealing it all because we're so amazed by the availability of the stuff for free) before clearing out our rooms. Today wasn't terribly eventful because it was just a drive day, but it did involve ...
... it was probably time to head back down for dinner (it was a fair while in reality, but seemed quite quick). We arrived to find the table I'd requested had been set, and Maria and Joseph had found some love hearts and spread them over the table with a red candle for us too! Such a lovely touch to start the meal! We sat down and confirmed our dinner choice - fondue chinois! Something that I originally remember from Murren, but also remember from my time in China! It's actually a ...
... off on our trip. It was two train rides and a bus ride - a mini adventure - with 10mins for each transfer. The last transfer at Lauterbrunnen we got off the train on the platform side and couldn't see where to go. We asked a nearby railways person and she guided us back to the train, pushed the button, and said go through the train to the other side, across the tracks, then to the end of the station - the bus is right there. It didn't feel as cold as I thought - it wasn't snowing so ...
... abundant and we could see our progress with a clear view across the canyon to the mountains on the other side. It felt good to be "eye-to-eye" with landmarks like avalanche fencing and the snowline we squinted up at from below before this morning.
Our trail meandered more gradually as we neared one of the mountain train stations and straightened out after that on our way into the traditional Walser mountain village of Mürren, the first destination on ...