Hotel Les Vieux Toits
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... absolutely stunning), food was wine was served, whilst photo
shooting is done. Spent an hour or so mingling, - was very enjoyable. Another
tradition of writing your wish on a card, also with your address and attaching to a balloon, then
letting go, it looked spectacular with balloons floating up in the air, a true
moment. It was so cute, holding our balloons, then letting them .There was children giggling, magic moment!
to the ...
Time: 09.30pm Weather: Sunny 16°C
Today was...different. It began well, I had a morning Skype to my boyfriend, ate a lovely breakfast at my hostel and then headed towards the train station to catch the 08.00am fast train to Milan where I would catch a connecting train directly to Bern. Unfortunately the universe had other plans for me and as I was crossing one of the busier roads near the station I tripped over a tram line which I had failed to notice. ...
... us are also ice! This whole place is like giant fridge, but there are not much to see in the ice palace.
We went to Plateau next! Plateau is another outdoor observation point! We met 2 Malaysian there and the guy told us to try taking off our clothes and take a picture there! The temperature outside is negative 14 degree but i decided to try it since it will be most likely once in a life time. So after i step out from the door, I straight away took ...
... they are hard to comeby in Switzerland, and so, we wanted to be sure we would not miss out. Turns out our timing was great; as we left there were loads of tourists coming in. After spending only $20 on the tour but twice that on edible souvineers, we went through the history of chocolate, and a small area about the chocolate making process. At the end, there was a dish of samples that were freshly made and packaged. i had been told that ...
... t be able to see anything." So, I settled for Grindelwald instead. The town is beautiful, a bit like being in "The Sound of Music" ... as long as you ignore the serious road construction going on. From here, I can see the mountains and the snow. The temptaion is too much, I want to go higher, I must go higher. So, despite the cloud cover, high price, late hour, and discouragment of yet another train official, I book my ticket. ...