Hotel Brienzerburli And Lowen
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... lunch at The Tea Room at Hotel Waltz, Brienz. It was really lovely there overlooking Brienzersee. The water is so green & clear because of the melting snow feeding it. The Mountains overlooking it are just superb ( or have I mentioned that before :) I decided that this time I would have a cup of tea, instead of the Swiss Style Hot Chocolate. You should have seen the size of the cup, dwarfed the cup of ...
... companies establish a co in the name of a lawyer. Once we cross the Rhine River we leave Liechtenstein. Old wooden covered bridge over the River. After Liechtenstein we saw ski fields with chair lifts extending up into the mountains. Also, around the houses on the mountainside and amongst all the trees was a brilliant green ground cover, probably grass. It looked as though it was a carpet which had been draped over the contours! Just beautiful. Of course it will all be covered ...
... upwards the line twists and turns hugging the cliffs above the
beautiful lake below. The views from up here are simply beautiful and the camera
shutters are going non stop.
Finally we are above the tree line and looking up at the cliffs above we
cannot help but notice a few kind of cave holes in the edge of the cliffs. We
are already about 1000m up above the lake but looking at these cliffs and the
caves above one simply wonders what can possibly be ...
... MAMA! I WANT LIPSTIFF ON MY MOUL MAMA!” (she is now mixing her languages and I love it – lipstick on her lips)..she said this while twirling in her tinkerbell nightgown and making dramatic motions towards her lips…(did I also mention her mama was involved in the theatre growing up…?)
“Just kiss the wall Avaia, it will get onto your lips that way!!” ya, guess which Papa (TONY) just walked into the ...
... at the top of the mountain to take in the view, listen to a traditional horn player and started a snowball fight with another contiki group.
After traveling back down the mountain we took the short stroll to view the Lion monument, I had heard about the monument before going and everything everyone said about it did it no justice! The detail and the pain captured on the lion's face is unbelievable and so descriptive! ...