Hotel Le Beausite
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- Shuttle bus service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Le Beausite Saint-Luc
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... their faces would crack.
I was the only one in the restaurant and not a single word was spoken between staff or to me while I ate my food. One certainly did not feel comfy sitting here as the staff walked silently around you.
Finally I could not wait to get out of there and so I scoffed my breakfast as fast as possible and was off out to my bike and away.
The road today is once again long stretches of motorway and so ...
... was closed on Monday so we changed our plans and decided to visit the Trummelbach Falls in Lauterbrunnen. We had the bright idea to hike down the mountain and then walk to the Falls. On the map it appeared we would reach the Falls before Lauterbrunnen. The hike was an hour straight down the mountain. No level ground or step up just straight down with turns in the path ...
... stop back to town. There was no time there either as the train was co-ordinated with the bus, so when back on the train at 2:30pm we headed straight for the dining car and me a hot drink. As expected, the food was ultra expensive - the hot chocolate nearly $6 CHF - $8.00. I also had an entree serving of hot carrot soup and Joe a cold salad. I was still cold from my damp jeans and there was no way I was getting changed in the cramped dirty train toilet. I was looking forward to ...
... actually filming... Dumbass! We walked back to camp, got changed out of our jeans cuz it was way too sunny for them, and then walked into the Main Street to the cafe that provides free wifi so we could tell everyone of our accomplishment! Had an iced chocolate and half a brownie. Whilst sitting in the cafe, it started raining, so we were very happy that we jumped when we did. There was another group jumping just after we left and given ...
... an hour. We grabbed lunch in the station, and got our first shock of how steep the Swiss prices were going to be. After we scraped most of the stick of butter that was on each sandwich, we walked a little ways down the Bahnhofstrasse, Zurich's main shopping street, and then back. It is nice how compact and organized Swiss cities are. We tried to stop for a just a couple hours in Brussels and basically got lost and didn't see much. Lucerne was the same way as Zurich. We walked ...