Hotel Eden au Lac
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
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... there was a giant wave machine, with all different skill-levels of surfers catching some waves. It reminded me very much of the Eisbach Wave in Munich. There were lots of different areas to sit and watch, but we opted to sit on top of these stacks of semi-trailers that had been made into a permanent viewing area. It was a very busy but fun area to sit, with Swiss freight and passenger trains going by in the background. When we finished up there, ...
... watch shops!! Sean had talked about how he maybe could do a semester in Zurich or Norway. We think he'd love Zurich, but it's expensive & he might buy too many watches!! We returned on the same S5 train we came on, checked in on Noel & slept soundly in our little, clean Swiss room. And we're glad we stopped here for a day as there's something about Switzerland we've always loved. Maybe it's the mountains, just like ...
... surprising to see so many souvenir stores open at 11pm, so we ventured into most of them. The common things sold were venetian masks, beaded jewellery, and jewellery and ornaments made of murano glass. We noticed one little food outlet that was still open, and it had a sign at the front saying 'coffee croissant 1.80 euro'. We decided that would be tomorrow's breakfast :) Almost midnight now, definitely time for bed. Buonanotte from Venice. ...
... of Germany before arriving in Munich after dinner - I will save those stories for my next blog :-) I am so thankful to Monika, Beat, Ann-Kristen, Vincent, Dietrich and Veronkia for letting me stay with them and be my tour guides (they were fabulous!!) and really let me experience the true Swiss culture. Though it take long to feel like a backpacker again as upon arriving in Munich the first voice I heard was an Australian and back to sharing a room with 5 other people! Enjoy the blog and photos :-) ...
... in 1405 most of the city was burned down but in true Swiss style, reconstruction began rapidly but this time in sandstone. (A bit of trivia. Today Bern boasts the longest covered shopping promenade in Europe - 6 km of arcades).
Bern is perhaps the most pedestrian friendly city we've been in. Because it's fairly flat there are cyclists everywhere and cycleways abound. Bikes can be 'hired' free for the first four hours and for 1 Swiss franc per ...