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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Banquet room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
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... that costs 10 franks each way - I can't believe how expensive it is! Lara's parents own a holiday house up here, which is totally fantastic because it costs a bomb to stay here in a hotel! So I am very lucky I can experience this without it costing me so much! We cooked up some pizza for dinner/ lunch and then started drinking. We watched "the fault in our stars" movie, which was so sad. ...
... up 2000' up side of a mountain which looks out over Interlaken. She's starting to get used to this. What a view! We returned tonight at 6:30, cleared our bill with the hotel, packed bags and showered. Ready for our train to Lucerne at 7:06 am. A two hour ride.
It takes a while to add photos so I don't put in too many. We've taken hundreds plus ...
... Ouray, Colorado. Ouray is a mini version of this valley. The sheer cliff walls and waterfalls both look so much like this place in Switzerland. You know, Ouray is nicknamed "little Switzerland" after all. Seeing all of this makes me grateful that I live in a place like Colorado.
Now down on the valley floor we hike towards Lauterbrunnen. Along the way we stop off to tour a waterfall that has eroded ...
... could ski with a family I had met who were all beginners. Got back to the hotel at 5 having finished skiing for the day and had a few quick card games before a dinner of leek soup, tuna pasta bake and chocolate brownies for dessert. I decided to skip desert and had a biscuit instead. Had the evening service which was themed around Psalms 1 and Easter. This concluded the exciting first day of skiing.
... the tall mountainous Alps. Downtown is very mellow and the outskirts are full of grassy fields and farm land.
It was easily the most visually appealing hike I have ever been on. It had that same initial difficulty as the Mount Olympus hike in Utah ... You immediately start climbing in elevation and it is very tiring. The trail had many switchbacks, was paved and not well shaded. So the hike was pretty ...