Gasthof Landhaus Burgdorf
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
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Day 28 The previous night while eating dinner we could see lightning striking the mountains in the distance. Within half an hour the wind had come up and ten minutes later heavy rain began to fall. The rain, lightning and thunder persisted all through the night and we awoke to a very wet and cold morning. I ride leader decided to change routes for the day, missing the passes he knew would be blanketed with cloud. This still meant that we had a ride ...
A spectacular day at the top of Europe. The cog rail, the tunnels and the stunning beauty of the place! Definitely a highlight! We started the day with a little glitch with the alarm clock. Our neighbours was ringing away for quite an extended time. Probably started at 4:30 and was still ringing we got up an hour later. This is budget with shared bathroom so we ...
Arrived in Konstanz late arvo and it was pretty hot...low 30's. Went for a walk along next tone lake, beautiful but too warm. Interesting that all he locals were out in the sun, few hats, few concerns....but later we saw many very red bodies.
Dinner at a little restaurant next to the lake, a walk home and a quiet glass of champagne....life's good
This morning checked out of the Insel Hotel....very nice hotel, restaurant has a great outlook but a ...
... and are back on the road again heading for Geneve. We are driving in rain and have come to a stop on the motorway. James told us there was a 20 minute delay if we used this road and we didn't listen. We now know that a truck rolled over on the Side of the road. We reach Geneva and the city looks pretty big and has some nice buildings. It's too late and wet to get out of the car. We decide to drive to our ...
I wake up to a sunny room after a solid night of sleep, then breakfast on GF bread (I missed you!) and a delicious banana (which I also missed!) while looking at the Alps wreathed in mist. Checking my email I get some nice news about research opportunities (paid) for my upcoming PhD, and excitedly Skype-chat my parents about it. Then I set off for the train station to get to Jungfraujoch, get horrifically lost, right myself, and arrive. I ask an official about ...