- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the middle of a run and were harnessed into a parachute....****, this was really happening. Something I'll remember forever is running and then my feet leaving the ground as we left the edge of the cliff, looking up at the Eiger, and back down at the valley below. The guys were great at allowing us to take as many pictures as we wanted, I think we even have it on go pro video so I'll be sure to show those who are interested. Such an amazing ...
... 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 ...
... however everyone and their dogs appeared to be soaking up bandwidth downloading pictures of Kylie (sorry, a very old line I used to tell the kids when they complained about slow Internet at school) The speed improved dramatically on Sunday morning so the message is don’t rely on getting a connection at night (very like Venice so maybe Italian Internet isn’t quite so rubbish after all as Sirmione was also reasonable)
Sunday breakfast consisted of croissant and bread ...
... the rope tow across to the Mannlichen restaurant and then on to the high blue run to the Gummi chair. This cut out the drop down to the Lager chair and I hoped would make the journey quicker. The cloud had made the light conditions very flat with little definition and light snow had started to fall so none of the detail on the run could be see. At one point on the run down from the Gummi chair to the Arven chair I did not see a dip in the slope which was about 6m ...
My roommate departs in the early morning, and I have the place to myself. I lie in bed and listen to the 'ssssh' noise of cars on a wet road before getting up for an extremely hot shower followed by breakfast. There's confusion about what's free and what's not (turns out literally only the coffee is free) but the nice hostel-worker lady makes me a Swiss hot chocolate no-charge (it's GF). Swiss style involves frothing a mug of milk ...