Grand Hotel National
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- Swimming pool
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... s made. We got into little cars like dodgems which whisked us through the various displays. It was really well done and we got free chocolates as well.
From there we went to the Transport Museum (same building) and that was also pretty. Lots and lots of interactive displays and good activities for children. That took about two and a half hours.
We walked back the way we had ...
... which was to be our way up the mountain. It was built in 1889, so I really hoped it had been well maintained and updated since then! The first part of the trip took us over lush grass and wildflowers, then past tall, green mountain forest, until the terrain became rocky and laced with snow. Despite travelling at only 9km/h, it didn't seem long until we were looking out across the peaks of the alps, a breathtaking sight. You could sense the hard work ...
... pizza and pasta. Dmitriy got a pepperoni pizza and I got the eggplant pasta. Distracted by the weather and our growling stomachs, I forgot to take a picture. The restaurant was warm and the food was good, making me even more excited for Italy, which is our next after Interlaken. Pretty drained and not wanting to risk the weather, we went back to the hotel and worked in the lobby for a few hours before bed. We walked a total of 10.8 miles ...
... the late show, so we didn't get back to the hostel until 2ish and I had to catch a bus back to Malaga at 10am and then onto Nice in the early evening from Malaga. I arrived in Nice, via a 13 hour layover in Dusseldorf Germany and checked into the Meyerbeer Hostel, which according to Hostelworld is the highest rated hostel in Nice. When I checked in, I met a really cool guy also staying in my room, from Buenos Aires Argentina. He's been living in Mexico City for the last ...