Hotel Terrasse Am See
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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This morning my mom challenged me to find the Roman ruins in Oldtowne. If I found them I would get Fr.20 which is $22.30 in US dollars. My mom gave me a hint. First I checked in the trashcan but the Roman ruins weren't there. Then mom said Papa's up that Ally let's go try to find him. I looked to the side and down and there was a big metal gate and I was so scared of falling in. Under the gate was the Roman bathhouse. It was 1600 years old. We went into a church and ...
... Straight away I spotted an awesome place to walk up. It was nice being able to climb all the stairs without being too tired. Gotta love that fitness. Once at the top I took some pictures, including pictures of other contiki people doing silly things. I've now reached the conclusion that Zoe isn't that good at taking pictures with my camera. This will be okay, it just means more selfies are in order. We decided to climb to the peak on the other side of the mountain to ...
... a seat right in front next to the driver. We could really see and feel the steepness and understand why the cogs are needed. In Vitznau, we left the station for the long 200 feet walk to the hotel. The room is nice, clean, and has a view of the Swiss Mountains and a peek a boo lake view as well. However, it is hot in the room and there is no A/C so we shutter it up and hope the sun is off it later and it cools off. Vitznau is a lot different after the ...
Caught the train into Switzerland, saw snow covered mountain peaks as soon as we entered the country - very nice scenery. Arrived into Geneva, transferred to another train and trundled onto Bern. Instantly recognised better English- most Swiss speak German, and instantly noticed increase in prices- trains were stupidly expensive, double what France was. From Bern we transferred to a smaller final train to Grindelwald. Heading into Grindelwald was cool, ...
... the cable car down to Lauterbrunnen and then a train up to Wengen to see what was going on as the last day of the ski races were winding down. It was quite busy up there as people were leaving from the race, from skiing and the weekend in general. I roamed a moment and then decided to head back down to Interlaken and beat the crowds, although it was getting crowded at this point. I reached the hotel at about 4:00 and worked on the blog and enjoyed an ...