Belvedere Strandhotel & Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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I hope you have enjoyed reading this, and thanking you following my journey. Remember ladies and gents, life is far too short. You need to get out on your motorbikes and explore the world. And when you find what you wish to see, you'll know it's good to be alive!
So, until the next time I say ...
... confusing when you don't expect it! They also seem to use made-up words that make sense for them - for example Jack described himself as 'so klein-y' today, which is like the English 'tiny' using the German word for small!
After our Easter Egg hunt, we decided to go out to a Tropenhaus - a tropical indoor greenhouse where they had an exotic plant exhibition with plants from all around the world, but also where they keep sturgeon fish to farm ...
... forget it.
We crossed the river and walked up the green hill to our hotel. We grabbed our things and said goodbye to our host and the dog.
We caught the bus to the Interlaken Ost train station (a 3 minute bus ride) then the train to Lauterbrunnen (a 20-minute ride). Lauterbrunnen is the most amazingly picturesque place we’ve ever seen. Kyle says its “like Yosemite on crack!”. It is situated in a valley ...
... but it has been an experience. Keeping the analogue GPS from going into binary meltdown at each train change has been a feat in its self. But all is good. We have arrived in Interlaken. It is about 4 degrees but it is not the bitter cold we have had in Como, Bologna and Rome. The sun is still above the mountains but is setting quickly. We head out for our afternoon sojourn to get another tea towel. We walk Interlaken. Find the tourist shop so as we can get an ...
... old adage of 'starving student,' by treating ourselves to a complete Swiss Fondue, a bottle of white wine and two shots of Kirschwasser (Cherry-Water), an internationally beloved Swiss brandy. One thing led to another, a few well-placed words were whispered, and we found ourselves with unlimited free-refills of Swiss Fondue, having a drink with the Chef, then, finally, leaving the lodge as the last ones left. With the entire mountain eerily empty of anyone ...