Gstaaderhof Swiss Quality Hotel
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... and then after breakfast the next day!
We liked the atmosphere at this hotel so much that we had dinner in their restaurant - something we usually try not to do.
We ate at the outdoor terrace with a view to the Spitzhorn mountain. The meal was lovely and included an endless supply of bread and a complimentary pumpkin bouche to start. The manager was also serving tables and he made our night with his banter and sense of humour. A very enjoyable dinner for all ...
... baguettes and many types of bread on offer. The kids enjoyed this as we quietly sat in room eating while the owners dog slept nearby. The views outside were lovely. With breakfast finished we were on our way.
We had driven for all of 2 minutes before we pulled over for the boys to capture some shots of the cows on the hills. We opened the car doors to hear the sound of a chorus of bells ringing through the mountain side while the cows ...
... has set a
string of best times since leaving Kiev on 8:26, and car 55, the red VW Beetle,
posting 8:45, going well once more, and the yellow Holden, car 100, on 8:56.Our day ended in Gstaad and two very fine hotels, and our supporters, Bonhams,
Britain’s leading auction-house, provided a champagne reception which turned
into a noisy part prior to a lavish meal, it was steak-night in the Palace
... a great community feeling!). Though the plan was to have it for lunch, we arrived too early at our hostel to check in, and ended up buying lunch on a patio to fill our time (at 12$, it was expensive, but compared to the previous 20€ paella mistake, it could have been worse). Dinner and hopefully lunch on the train tomorrow! Stopped in to see trummelbach falls, en route to lauterbunnen, definitely a beautiful natural attraction! Then followed a ...
... I hiked up under the waterfalls surrounding the village and followed the the river to the next on over. I eventually made my way back to the village for a coffee at a neighborhood cafe and then had a beer with the boys of the tour. Tonight is going to be an early night as all the walking has worn me ...