Hotel Hari im Schlegeli
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Banquet room
- Conference facilities
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... br> The architecture at Milan was beautiful. It was very hot in Milan. We had a real Italian dinner. We did a lot of walking. It was hard crossing the street because of traffic. Thought I would sleep better.
At Our Chalet the mountain beauty is everywhere. I am just amazed at how spectacular they are. There are chalet type houses in the mountains. Beautiful, beautiful. The roads are steep and windy. Our Chalet is nestled in the mountains so nicely.
... no frills or casinos) was getting good reports. Now there’s a thought for Portugal?
As an Interlaken Taster we decided, for tomorrow’s last day, to take the funicular from Interlaken to Harder Kulm which gives panoramic views over Interlaken, the lakes Brienzersee and Thunersee with the three local mountains as a backdrop. Watch tomorrows exciting episode for pictures. There will also be a little shopping to be done. Anyone know where the Swiss sell their garden ...
... change again and the climb really begins to get steep.
I am impressed at how steep these trains can climb, and how they use the cog gear system to drive the train.
Well the views are pretty stunning at Jungfraujoch. You can see the Eiger, Monch, Jungfrau peaks plus more. At the very top there is a viewing platform. Just below is a restaurant, further down you can walk out onto a small plateau to experience the snow. Inside the mountain there is ...
... area of the Swiss Alps. We would be staying further up in one of these mountain towns, Lauterbrunnen, but wanted to make a pit stop in Interlaken first. And we are glad we did! We chose to take another cogwheel train to Harder Kulm, the peak overlooking Interlaken and surrounding areas. (Sorry, Keller, not Heidi Klum.) The 360 degree views were hypnotizing. Here, we ate the most perfect ...
... display projected on the walls. I took the elevator to the top and that led to a small observation area with yet another snack bar (Coffee was about Ch$5). There was a revolving
door out to the observation platform, so I ventured outside to have a look. There's a large concrete & stone tower with the Observatory Dome on the top and that seemed to be blocking the wind to some extent. However, venturing on either side of the tower brought the full ...