- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... about the staff though... A bloody nightmare from start to finish. Arrive at reception, 'you can't check in here you need to see our colleagues outside'. Can we get some info on the mountain trips? - answer was 'when you see the staff outside they will give you info'. Outside we go. Man shows us spot, ask him for info - 'I only place people, you need to see the people at reception' - back we go. Reception lady now is all of a sudden full ...
... us the man that invented crosswords is buried there. He is 6 across & 3 down. Ba ha ha..... Well I thought she had a funny joke even if some of the younger passengers didn't. At the hotel We are met by a guy that reminds Grant of the bell boy in the Grand Budapest hotel movie. So helpful & friendly compared to Paris. We are on the 2nd floor & can see two waterfalls from our windows & balcony! The air is fresh & the water the purest I have ...
... in the interim. He got 2 plastic (heavy) cases into the cart behind his bike. Then 2 more. Cold beer delivery by bicycle - interesting concept.
When we got back upstairs T commented that we seemed to have accumulated quite a few things and luggage space appeared limited. I told him not to worry, it would all fit ;)
T took a break and I popped out for some drinks with Fritz while it was still sunny and warm out. Got a couple of nice photos ...
... on the banks of beautiful lake Lucerne where the river opens into the lake. Our first stop was the famous old Chapel Bridge at Lucerne with its large tower. The water running through the town was clear and turquoise blue, like many of the rivers in Switzerland. We continued to walk around town as Jermaine wanted to look for a knife to take to Lauterbrunnen with him the following day. We walked into this vintage shop and found a few good trinkets, however could not justify ...
... the departure board for a while. Rather than having a digital one like most stations, Basel SBB has one of those old-fashioned ones with the flicky letters (I have no idea what the proper word is, but I'm going to stick with 'flicky letters' because I like it) - fascinating to watch the whole thing update!
Unfortunately for me, they had a substitute train on for the trip from Basel to Interlaken. It wasn't too bad, but definitely old ...