Hotel Royal-St.Georges Interlaken - MGallery Collection
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
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... with combo, it came to 36 francs! ($40). We had no idea Swiss was this pricey. After feeling robbed we went and explored some surrounding towns. Our rail pass grants us access to the train so we headed to Spiez. We trekked from the station down to the lake. On our way we found goats grazing in town with bells on around their neck. It was neat that they have animals in town like that. We sat at the edge if the lake admiring the ...
we caught the 10.30am train up to Lauterbrunnen then got on our bus transfer, which then takes you to the start of the cable cars. We took 3 different cable cars to the top, and the views were incredible. The Swiss alps are so damn amazing, photos just don't do it justice. You have to see it for your own eyes!!
We reached the top at 12pm - perfect timing for a picnic lunch we thought. It was only 6 degrees up the top of the ...
We arrived in natural country of Switzerland. This place was so awesome, people all have to be really rich to live in this country because everything is really expensive. Thecurrency is the nicest looking currency I have seen. We got off right in the centre of town and after a long bus ride, the walking tour was more than welcome. We saw some awesome amazing buildings and other attractions. The river that runs through town was the highlight of this town for me. Everything here ...
... the bus with plenty of time to spare. Once we arrived at the train station, we got our tickets, some water and orange juice to drink, then waited for our train. Our train was a sight-filled easy ride from Interlaken to Luzern. Mom took a ton of pictures, I slept. Once in Luzern, we needed to find lockers for our luggage. We wanted to walk around the city, so we found some lockers, exchanged some Euros for Swiss Francs, then locked up our bags. After that, we went ...
... of each other. Daniel and Chelsea took the top bunks, Brandon took the middle and I took the bottom. There was also a girl, Erika was her name. She was originally from Hungary, but had been working in Switzerland, and was going to Vienna for a job interview. She was very nice, spoke broken english, and with my broken German, we communicated. But we were crowded in that little tiny room, and just went to sleep because there wasn't anything else we could do.