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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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... to see in Switzerland...SNOW everywhere...villages on the side of mountains, snow on leaves of pine trees!!! Photos were a real challenge through the glass windows...reflections everywhere...very frustrating!!! Managed to get a few I can use. Highest point...Oberalppass...2033m...up here it was just white everywhere!! One more day in the alps tomorrow...Zermatt...up to Europe's highest ...
... when we were here over 15 years ago. We had found the way up the mountainside to the villages above the valley to be very very steep and quite the workout when on foot.
“How long has this furnicular been here?” asked Tony, thinking to himself that this was a relatively new thing…while following Thibault and the bright red line painted on the concrete sidewalk showing the way to the furnicular.
“Oh….about 100 ...
... array of fruit and veg at local supermarkets that day, I couldn’t resist delving into the delights of ALDI. Inside, I found muesli bars for the first time in Switzerland, ‘Swiss’ chocolate for 50p and a can of Weissbeir for even less. It was going to be a classy evening.
Somehow, despite its location near central Brig, the campsite did manage to escape the noise, bustle and pollution of the ...
... serif; line-height: normal;">The panoramic train was awesome, mostly because the VIP seats (previously indicated online as reserved) were actually open. That meant that for 15 SF more, we were in a very-front-of-the-train-front row, unobstructed view seat with giant windows, since these trains are conducted from a little compartment on top of the train. When we started moving, it felt like we were on some amusement park ride about to go through ...
... to pull the skin off my face. After few minutes of free fall the parachute was thrust into action and sanity was restored. It was the best seat in town to get a panoramic view of the Swiss Alps, Lake Thun, combined with lush green fields and blue sky.
Landing was smooth and I was relieved to see Sudha and together we had the experience of our lives. Sometimes I wonder if it's these moments that keep us alive.