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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
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... from outside the hotel connects me with the mountain railway where a 40 minute trip gets me back up to Kleine Scheidegg where I was skiing all last week after travelling up the other side of the mountain from Wengen.
So I've had two more days of excellent skiing.
Dinner each night at the Parkhotel is a six course affair, and whilst I have a healthy appetite through my outdoors activity, this is about twice as much as I can eat. It must be a ...
... good photos of the blue water and the villages surrounding Lake Thun. The boat dropped us off at one of the villages and we walked up an extremely steep hill to get to a suspension bridge. The views were great, but we didn't feel as if they were that different from other beautiful views we had seen during this climb. After the bridge we said goodbye to Erenna who left us to bungee jump! Then it started to pour so the two of us took a ...
... been enjoying the coffees we have had in Europe; they seem to be very full bodied, dark roast aroma types which I love. With every cup comes a local biscuit...without exception. This was the same in Germany.
... and a bad arm. I joined the Porters and went up and had a drink in the James Bond restaurant. We then took the gondolas back down then went to the doctors. The doctor made me stretch my arm to test my shoulder and concluded that it wasn't broken! I had however pulled every muscle in my shoulder... The doctor gave me some pain medication and a sling and she told ...
... tickets. “There are many private trains in Switzerland” she notified us curtly. Our first train took us to nearby Lauterbrunen where a gondola was waiting for us to take us up the mountain. Of course we didn't know that you had to take a gondola up beforehand. Mom is not the biggest fan of heights, and usually avoids cable-cars like the plague. However, with little choice in the matter, mom faced her fear and took the gondola up. Which brings me to ...