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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Pets allowed
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... was quite good too, it was just me and my friend Jordan sharing a 3 person room, so we were quite comfortable. Tonight after dinner, they had planned a party night for us. The theme was Swissco-Disco, so we all decked ourselves out in red and white, and headed down to the bar they have there, aptly named "the bomb shelter". It was a really good night, and we were dancing and partying well into the ...
... protect me and shade my loved ones that come to visit me or shade anyone near there. I also want the stone heart to symbolise, ironically not my lack of love, but rather how much I loved. I have always been told I have a great capacity to love and let's be honest, I love most people I meet. I was born that way and I hope when I die that is remembered about me but if it's not that's ok too. :)
I definitely decided I love small villages and the wilderness. ...
... that turned into an avalanche. It was a fairly big one but we were safe as it was on the other side of the mountain, so it didn’t hit our train. It was really, really cool to watch.
When we reached the top we started a hike. There was lots of snow lying on the ground. It wasn’t quite real snow… it was more icy and crusty – hard snow, but not straight ice. You had to stomp on ...
... activity discounts you can purchase on the bus before each drop off country that saves money. The outdoor Interlaken van pulls up & out gets this massive muscly, gorgeous Swiss guy with arms & legs like tree trunks & lets just say well defined pecs (which I get to see up close later). His name is Sebi & is as hot as Thor (played by Chris Hemmsworth) in the movie. He reminds Grant of a giant version of Ben Edwards. He could be his twin. For those of you ...
... dotted along the mountainside on the way back. Some people did this; others of us were hoping to check out Trockelbach Falls- a subterranean waterfall up the road from where we are staying. As we continued our decent we observed people skiing through Wengen, the village immediately above Lauterbrunnen right to their front doors. We were bitterly disappointed to hear that Trockelbach Falls were closed for maintenance upon our return ...