Hotel Central Continental
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... Union. The trees grew more alpine and lush greens filled the hillsides that grew to mountainsides, the buildings terracotta in colour and Tuscan in style into peaked roofs and wooden slats. The air also changed and became crisper and clouds obscured much of the upper levels of the peaks but moments later the blue sky would pop through as the winds pushed the clouds across the sky. It became a different world within a few hours. FUN ...
... the alps and go through to Interlaken on the way as we had plenty of time. We took the turn for Interlaken and started heading up over a mountain range Well I never thought we could experience any better views than those we had already had to date but to see these mountains and valleys half in snow with gushing waterfalls from the snow caps running down the sides of these mountains was just majestic! We kept heading upwards for another ...
... met last week at the site in the Black Forest. They are now on their way back to UK from Austria - the same site that we are due to travel to on Thursday. By all accounts we shall be impressed. The ducks joined us outside this evening as we had a cuppa and some Ovaltine flavoured chocolate - they did not get any - they had crumbled cream crackers instead. Forecast does not look too good for tomorrow either, but Wednesday shows ...
... to help eke out the two gas cylinders we carry on board since we are unable to purchase refills outside of the UK. The Cadac is fuelled by Campingaz which we can readily find in Europe. The meal was helped down with a bottle of German Piesporter which we had picked up in the Penny supermarket in Rudesheim for the equivalent of £2.66! Can't be bad, eh? Anyway, enough for now - almost time for bed - more next ...
... to Birg and then up to the Schilthorn. At the top, there is a revolving restaurant and bar (the Piz Gloria), a gift shop (of course), and a large 360-degree terrace from which you can see the tops of the Alps, the valleys below, and the Eiger, Monch, and Jungfrau peaks. The complex was used in the James Bond film "On Her Majesty’s Secret Service" starring George Lazenby, and the powers-that-be are still milking that connection 43 years later.
At 9,748 feet ...