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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... Again, just an issue of mentality. Often the more important issue is your travel companion, who you travel with. Someone who can help you see yourself from the tour mirror. For me, if I travel alone, my journal would be my companion.
Now with internet, I can connect with my ordinary life all the time. This makes travel not necessarily a zone-out time. Everything has advantages and disadvantages. All tools depend on how we use them. On ...
... valley. I've walked through Biglenalp on several occasions and love its remoteness and natural beauty with the steep mountains dominating the background. The gushing stream gurgling loudly tops off the atmosphere.
The rest of the 700 metre descent is through verdant and mossy forests and occasionally bursting into open country side with the typical animal sheds sitting in their lush ...
... Walkers who didn't have poles, and there were lots, were slipping and sliding dangerously close to some sheer drops.
The walk took me about 3 hours and it was 3 hours of pure enjoyment. The air was crisply cold despite the full sunshine. The physical challenge particularly due to the snow and the icy track, the fact the steep mountains dominate and seemingly overpower all around them and the stunningly beautiful scenery made for a very exhilarating time. ...
... amazing the views one got.
Yesterday it was the top of Europe -a fantastic journey everyone should do. We had to change trains - an interesting experience when you are unsure of what you are doing and don't know which train is going where - it's a mad rush to get a seat on the correct side of the train. But really worth it for the ...
... the same black pants and striped top to dinner every night, because I'd be seriously overheated in the sweaters I brought. We've ridden as high as 7,000 feet (to an outpost called 'First") in a gondola/bubble/bergbahn, whatever you want to call it, something that swings up and down mountains on cables. It was icy at First but verdant and wildflower-y at Grindelwald, down the mountain.
From our hotel, we ...