How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Ambassador Hotel Brig
Travel Blogs from Brig
... here to there and had us laughing hysterically as we tried to pronounce all the places, with Thibaut finally reaching for the most typical of typical Swissgerman words "Chüchichastli" - a guttural tongue twister- just to round out the silliness. The girls revelled in the rocks, climbing all over them. I was simply amazed at the fact that there could and was a 1/2 marathon challenge on this very very uneven terrain and difficult site - but so it ...
... with concrete tower blocks, large junctions & roundabouts – the cause of my hairiest moment on the bike in Switzerland. I underestimated the size of my front right pannier on a hot day (as it contained more clothes than usual) resulting in it colliding with the inside barrier as I was squeezed over by a van on the entrance to a roundabout. Fortunately, because it was an abrasive collision rather than head-on ...
... okay wow. Today we woke up early early and took a bus to the rafting headquarters. Then took a van to the river. We were a bit scared because our raft leader was a bit of a drill Sargent but it was evident that he was very experienced. We had two English second language Asians on our raft....one of them out their helmet on backwards....so we knew we were in for quite the adventure. The safety instructions intimidated us a bit but I ...
... was amazing because you could see the 3 peaks once again and the building, "the Sphinx", where we were headed. We got some great pics of the cute red trains heading up in front of the peaks – also featured on many a postcard!
The train up to Kleine Scheidegg took about one hour as did the next section up to the top. Most of the ride was through the mountain so they played clips of the Jungfraujoch and the train throughout its history. It was the 100 ...
... we were sitting in was about to be left behind as it was breaking down. I want to ask what did we do to deserve today, but I'm saving that for when we arrive in Brig because I know something is going to go wrong. When we finally got into Geneva, we rushed to the nearest Maccas to get wifi and check one simple thing in the five minutes we had, is either Geneva or Brig train stations open twenty four hours or not. I'll give you one guess as to whether or not we found the information. ...