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TravelPod Member ReviewsArtos Interlaken
Though many reviewers would say that it feels like an old age home or an institute, we were perfectly okay with the atmosphere. The hotel also has an adjoining home for the elderly. It was nice to see old couple hand in hand walking into the breakfast area.
The hotel provided some splendid view of the Alps and is situated in one of the quietest areas. Though the breakfast had the simple menu, it was sumptuous. The room and the bathroom were clean, big and equipped with all amenities.
We were also given surprise 25% Spring offer on the day of check out. But I no way influenced my review. I would recommend this hotel to anyone who are okay with sharing the dining space with the elderly.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
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... big group lasts!!!
The students took off for the castle. Alicyn, Gary, and I went for some coffee. We found a small cafe that was probably for locals only. We found three seats at the bar and ordered coffee. There were some salamis and cheese hanging from a pipe. I took a picture. The coffee guy was talking to a customer about me taking the picture. I knew enough German to know they were fascinated that I wanted to take the picture!
On the way to the castle, we ran ...
We decided instead of waiting for 1/2 hour for the next bus back to Lauterbrunnen, that we'd actually walk! It takes approx 45mins, and runs right through the beautiful valley we were in yesterday, past a number of waterfalls and little Swiss chalets and farms. We climbed up to a look out point next door to one of the falls...and believe it or not I swear I saw a chick I went to high school ...
... of watch shops and lots of cuckoo clocks. I love cuckoo clocks and would have loved to take one home but they’re too big. In their souvenir shops they often had lots of wooden toys. I liked the wooden farm animals – they were cute.
The chocolate show was really interesting. A guy called Stefan, who had quite a dry sense of humour along with his swiss accent, ran the show. There was only one other family apart from us attending the show as well. He ran ...
... we shall see if it matches our high standards (so there)
The chicken was finally finished off and footie was on in the TV room so we went up (well I did the blogging and reading, she watched the match.
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