Hotel Restaurant Holiday Thun
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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
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... you don’t feel the power of the falls up close like we did last year when we visited from the German side, at Schloss Laufen.
After that, we started south towards our next planned stop in Lucerne, and promptly ran into horrible traffic near the Zurich airport. We had expected some traffic, but this was ridiculous! After several miles of stop and go, we discovered that the highway was closed, and we were rerouted to secondary roads – with plenty ...
... along the lake. It was huge and beautiful. We drove to Thun where our hotel was for the night. We were a little disappointed that we didn't have WiFi in our room, just in the main building areas. So, Eldon worked on some plans, and I read my book.
We had a short walk to a lovely little Italian restaurant—Restaurant Lachen. We shared a mixed salad, which was delicious and a, yep, you guessed it, ...
... There was a tribute to the tunnel workers that passed away here (often freezing to death), and even a cavern which was a pleasant surprise inside the mountain. We walked through the Ice Palace which is frozen walls, floor and sculptures. Was amazing even though it was only half open with most of it being rebuilt. This is what is expected between seasons.
We ventured back out onto the snow to the Glacier Plateau where the Swiss flag was hoisted up on ...
... knock my head on the sloping ceilings of the chalet we set off on an adventure. We walked for about 20minutes & then not a too strenuous steep gondola ride to a place called Mannlichen high up in the mountains.
After many photographs it was a cable car ride steeply dropping down to the town ...
Well here we go – a bit adventurous today – catching the high speed train to Switzerland. After our transfer to Gare de Lyon (Paris railway station), we battled with the crowds, the language and the systems until we worked out where we were to be, at what time, and to catch which train and we were off – sometimes at 315 km per hour. We enjoyed the countryside, the food and talking to people ...