Hotel Kreuz Bern
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Conference facilities
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... the local Gruyere cheese which was yum.
Then we walked up to Gruyere. Its a castle and little village and shops on top of a hillside. You cant drive through there you have to park and walk up. It was very pretty and had fountains you could fill your drink bottles up at. This is amazing in itself as it is the first free water weve had in Europe!!! (Water is impossible to get here, we keep accidentally buying sparkling and then having ...
... and a raspberry tart to share, and headed back to the apartment to pack up our stuff. Then it was time to head back to the train station and catch a train to Bern, thankfully this time we managed to catch just one train and didn't have to switch which was nice! After a short transfer in Bern we were off to Basel, where we had a bit of a longer wait til we caught a train over the border to Mulhouse-Ville in France, where we caught a TGV back to Paris for our last night in ...
... check in until three in the afternoon. We will only be staying here one night because it is so expensive!
Backpack free, we made our way to the Cailler chocolate Factory about an hour away by train. Thank goodness for our train passes. We had to sample some Swiss chocolate. We went on a pretty interesting tour that gave the history of chocolate and of the company. The tour lasted about forty five minutes and then it was a self guided walk. We sampled ...
... the world, but we decided we can paraglide/hang glide/raft/canyon/skydive in other places we'll go someday and are saving our Swiss francs for a special train ride not covered by our rail pass.
So Interlaken's been a bit of an extended burn day. We had a great sleep after the mountain air cooled off with the rain and we have an awesome group of roommates at our chalet-style hostel. They've all just come from our next few stops, ...
... decline with untouched snow and you run down it. If you run in someone else's tracked you fall every easily and I fell about ten times. We went on Mount Eiger and it was quite the experience.
The shops were all very traditional just like the houses for the most part. They had things a person would expect in Switzerland: Swiss Chocolate, cookoo clocks, Swiss Army Knives. What surprised me was the fascination with cows. ...