- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... however everyone and their dogs appeared to be soaking up bandwidth downloading pictures of Kylie (sorry, a very old line I used to tell the kids when they complained about slow Internet at school) The speed improved dramatically on Sunday morning so the message is don’t rely on getting a connection at night (very like Venice so maybe Italian Internet isn’t quite so rubbish after all as Sirmione was also reasonable)
Sunday breakfast consisted of croissant and bread ...
... falling in big flakes there is an eerie feeling of skiing with almost no sound on a gentle run.
We arrived before the train so we collected JJ and settled in for dinner. The apple fritters are great and were very much needed to warm us up. We dried out our gloves, goggles etc. and then headed back up the hill on the train to Kleine Scheidegg.
Alex and JJ settled into the restaurant while Ruth and I tried to run a loop round the hill. We were ...
... as we'd heard big positives about it, specifically its architecture. When first arriving, it didn't impress on us too much, but by the time we had to leave it had certainly grown on us. We stayed at a campsite within riding distance, just, to the city centre, so after establishing we hopped on the bikes and off we went. Over the next two days we cycled around the town looking at some of what we thought were the better and more interesting sights, in addition to the ...
... portion hiking through a dense pine forest, but the majority of the trail was through cow pastures. Switzerland is known for its dairy products, and these types of fields are everywhere, even up on the side of a mountain. One portion we had difficulty even getting through because of all the cows in the way. Amanda even got shocked by an electric fence. All along the trail were little cottages, farmhouses I guess, that seemed like you could rent. One had a group of college looking ...
... blocking a big field between the cliff and the road. Susannah took pictures here while I snuck through the space underneath the fence. I walked across the field towards the waterfall for a good ten minutes. I was about 3/4 of the way there, when I had an earth-shattering, "HEY!"
It was a man's voice. I turned around, but couldn't see where ...