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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.
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... jumped from the near by mountain. As we walked we came to a large grassed park near the centre of town. Most of the park was roped off and as we discovered this was the landing ground for the paragliders. We stopped and watched several land and at one stage there were 20 paragliders above us all zig zagging across the sky waiting for their turn to land. how they did not collide was beyond me. it was ...
... David once again tackled the scary road and we collapsed into our room for a drink and dinner while sitting on the balcony, again enjoying the views and listening to cow bells ringing in the distance. Fantastic.
Followed by another enjoyable hour at Erikas restaurant for a coffee and David’s apple cake. Once again Erika was lovely and told us about a pretty walk to take in the morning before we leave for Lucerne.
It had been a fantastic day ...
... the wakening of the bears as they begin to come out of hibernation. Bears are the national animal of Switzerland and the city Bern actually means 'bear' in Swiss-German (their most common language). They actually have a few bears in which they keep captive in the city. The historic bear pit is at the entrance to the city, and it is super small, so a few years back after many animal right protests, they made a new, more suitable ...
... with combo, it came to 36 francs! ($40). We had no idea Swiss was this pricey. After feeling robbed we went and explored some surrounding towns. Our rail pass grants us access to the train so we headed to Spiez. We trekked from the station down to the lake. On our way we found goats grazing in town with bells on around their neck. It was neat that they have animals in town like that. We sat at the edge if the lake admiring the ...
... tour 13 years ago and remembers fondly waking up above the cliffs at a motel on the top of Mount Pilatus. So the plan was to spend a few days in the mountains then travel to Zurich and Bern to catch up with the girls. Whilst in Tuscany we ran into a photographer from the UK who told us we needed to visit Interlaken when in Switzerland, so first stop was Interlaken. The train journey from Le Spezia to Switzerland was beautiful. We passed through the ...