Hotel Royal-St.Georges Interlaken - MGallery Collection
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
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... the almost 3 hour drive there. We arrived safely after only a couple of wrong turns and some Maccas pancakes for breakfast. We found a supermarket that was kind of like Aldi and bought some pre made pastas and decided to have them cold for lunch! Mine was good however Adrian got one that was only like half cooked and still kind if hard. He recons it was alright tho! We also got some breadstick and Nutella, Doritos, salsa and these peanut butter twistie kind of things to ...
... 05 Peruvian Soles, 5 cents American, 1 cent Canadian, 10 cents Bolivian, 15 Swiss Francs
# of times we did laundry: 2
# of languages we know how to say Butterfly in: 5
# of holes in Amberīs sneakers: 3
Next stop: Rome, Italy
... dark at 4:30pm - no really. Sat in the lounge and caught up on my emailing, had tea with my new friends and then thought about an early night because tomorrow I was off to Geneva and my next house- pet sitting gig. I was looking forward to the Bircher muesli for breakfast. It was interesting to see the young asian boy getting breakfast in front of me spread Nutella on the bread followed by slices of sausage and topped off with slices of cheese.
Next time we talk - Geneve! Bye for now
We had no plans for the day and ended up going to Lucerne. The morning was relaxing with wonderful weather in Interlaken. We had breakfast and checked out of the hotel and walked through Interlaken streets. Shopped some souvenirs in the nearby streets and took a train to Lucerne.
We walked around the Lucerne city with the lake and the mountians as a backdrop. We had our own little agenda to eat ice creams, do some people watching and check our the ...
... pretty spectacular. For out descent we caught the cog rail down a little bit and then went down using the cable car which I very bravely stood at the front of and almost swore when I saw the steepness of our descent. From there it was back into lucerne for some Swiss style shopping (clocks and knives) the Swiss knives were particularly good value compared to what we pay in australia. After a quick lunch because the shopping was so much fun we went to a town about 20 mins away called ...