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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... after our lunch, and there was a picnic bench with a great view. We both had to laugh about that.
We drove through the villages of Fiesch and Munster. They weren't any great shakes. We got to our hotel around 4:00 and walked the town a little bit. We opted not to eat at our hotel tonight because it was Thai, and we aren't in Thailand. We walked to another hotel (Hotel Restaurant Ahorni) and had just an O.K. ...
... phew…! potties on the trail very helpful),
we even visited the little house of Reeberchen the little herb dwarf!
…among just a few of the things we saw!
The photographs do this trail only a slight bit of justice. The excitement of finding the next place that Muggestutz and his friends call home, the views of the alps, the sounds of the cow bells, the place to stop and buy cheese (…in the middle of ...
... it had been 12 degrees in the sunshine I decided that hiking in the cold rain would not be for me. Luckily the rain didn't last tooooo long and I instead caught the bus to Interlaken and explored the town, all that needs to be said about it is that it's beautiful (you might have already picked up on this) and that if you have deep pockets (and I mean deeeeeeep) it's one of the biggest outdoor adventure sport places in Switzerland and even Europe. They have ...
... animals which was pretty cool. It was very cold I. There so we had our hats and gloves on to keep warm - luckily I could still take pictures with them on! We had some lunch at the really expensive cafe and just got a sandwich and ate the other snacks we had gotten down the mountain. Then joy of joys it started to clear a bit so managed to get a few photos before it clouded over. We decided to head back up to the viewing platform in case it happened again ...
As the forecast predicted, the weather was a bit less than desirable for our first full day in Switzerland. We took a train up to Kleine Shleidegg, and hiked around the Swiss alps, playing in the snow and wildflowers. Unfortunately, we only really packed summer clothes, so we were a bit chilly. About halfway through our hike ...