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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Edelweiss Rigi Kaltbad
Travel Blogs from Rigi Kaltbad
... is cute, on the second floor and has a very soft bed. Very exciting. I've got new blisters now, so decide to look for some kind of shoe. I walk down the hill, behind the big church and into the shopping area. I go to McDonalds as I just want something to eat and not pay $70 for it. A Big Mac combo costs $23 though, so it's not that cheap. It's not even very good, so I don't know why locals eat here. Again, when I went in, there was one person in there. After I got my food and sat ...
... a poor record with trains (missing them, getting on the wrong ones etc, Liz wanted to keep hold of her ticket). I made it back with almost ten minutes to spare.... The weather has deteriorated and storms are crossing Europe, so not much scenery to look at as the train clatters along. We were in the check out line at the Zurich Airport Coop and there is a guy in a blue suit at the check out in front of us struggling with cash to pay for his stuff. Took him quite a ...
... could also save some money on restaurants. Switzerland is so bloody expensive especially after Portugal and Spain. An espresso, for example, that we could buy in Portugal for less than a Euro costs about four euros in Switzerland. Then you expect that. But we loved our time In Leysin. After Barcelona, the solitude of the mountains was wonderful.
After a few days in Leysin we caught a train to Bern. What a beautiful city! The Lonely Planet says it's the ...
... developed a " flinger " and a " catcher " system, I get on or off the train first, then Brian flings the bags up or down. I catch them and move them out of the way, without letting go of anything; a task best suited to an octopus!! Genoa was spoilt for us because of the number of African men everywhere, selling fake everything. In fairness, we did have only an afternoon there and were pretty tired. Our train fromGenoa to Riomaggiore had at least 20 African men constantly ...
... to take refuge in. Inside were all these huge vintage mirrors on the wall - one room held a line for the food and about 3 or 4 other rooms were unique dinning rooms - it was a fun little place. My Mum and I split a bratwurst with some mustard, bread and for dessert I had a macchiato (my addiction). While eating we sat by floor to ceiling windows looking out at the killer view. We sat there for a little while ...