Hotel Bernerhof Gstaad
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So today I acheived most of the things that defeated me yesterday. I have had a key cut so I get use our ski locker. It may have cost 12.50CHF (that would be Swiss Francs or Chuffs as they are know here) but I weighed up the other option of lugging ski kit to apartment door, hoping someone has left me a key before trekking downstairs and up again all season. A bargin when you think about ...
... the government slowly relaxed its 1542 ban on Catholic religious services in 1842. One of the highlights was the Aarzelghus. Built in 1736, it is one of the last remaining residences in a typical style of Interlaken at the time. It has impressive relief carvings such as friezes, corbels and inscriptions. Lisa and I then headed back to the train station, where we caught a private train (i.e. we couldn’t use our Eurail passes) run ...
... moved into the mountains. It was so amazingly picturesque. The camp site we stayed at was very nice with huge cliffs on either side. Dinner continued the run of awesome food with a fondu pot and bread for starter and a pork roast for mains. The remainder of the night was spent in the pub. A quaint little place full of rowdy Topdeckers ;) many push ups were performed. Tomorrow jumping out of a ...
... got that and a
couple beers. For some reason I felt really tired, so I went back to the
hostel for bed.
Day 28 - Interlaken:
Got up fairly early and
packed up. Went downstairs and checked out. Saw the guy from the
paragliding, so asked him about the electric bike he told me to get. He
told me to do this huge loop, going way up into the mountains and coming
down the other side and around the lake. It was about 50 miles. I felt
... a vacant seat, I watch the train clock. Right as the second hand touches the 12, the brakes of the train release with a soft thud and I begin my journey toward the Alps.
The train ride takes me east into the heart of Switzerland, bordering Lake Geneva. As we clip along, the small Swiss towns stirring with morning activity become more sporadic as vibrant Alpine wilderness fills the window. The sun is slowly rising, but icy blue morning ...