Bellevue Au Lac
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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
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Travel Blogs from Hilterfingen
One cannot circle so close and not visit Switzerland. Switzerland has always been close to my heart, my good friend Gavin lives there and we have spent many days snowboarding, exploring and mountain biking through the vast mountain ranges and beautiful scenery.
It was another incredible evening drive to a place called Hilterfingen, south of Bern. The sun was heading down as I drove through ...
... thought it would be. I took two jumpers and a beanie. I did need all of it in the ice palace but actually out in the snow it was hot. T-shirt and jeans was fine. Sunnies defiantly required! Glad I made sure I got polarized lenses.
After returning the Lauterbrunnen I investigated the waterfall a bit more. It is right at the entrance to our campsite, it is 200m of free falling water to a rocky base. There is a walk up to a viewpoint ...
... the beautiful lush valley, but waterfalls, forests and the beautiful Swiss alps, kissed with snow just on the top. This priceless experience will cost you 150 CHF but despite this small cost, the experience, memoires and view of the country is what I believe to be priceless.
Gasping, "Oh my god", Perfect pastures, Beautiful mountains and indescribable splendor is what you should expect in Switzerland.. and after ...
Waking expecting to hear the patter of rain on the tent, it was a nice surprise to hear the jingle jangle of distant cowbells instead. Despite their sleepy overtones I resisted the temptation to doze off again, and was rewarded with the views outside. The late ascent to the campsite had been worth it after all, with the valley and lake below sheathed in thick cloud whilst up high I was treated to a sunrise over the distant mountains.
... ones made by the cruise ship.
The deep water had a greenish tint and was crystal clear. The Bubenberg was an older ship but slid gently
and silently across the still waters.
The only sound was the deep rumble of the engine. At every stop people
on shore all waved enthusiastically and we all waved back. The lake was surrounded on every side by
mountains, and the snow covered Alps shined in their glory. We could plainly see the snow covered ...