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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
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... we said we are from Australia and we want Italian beer. We thought it best not to bag fosters seeing she was proud to sell it. Lunch ended up costing €104 for 7 of us as the other 4 were seated at a separate table near by.
Once lunch was over we decided to head back as I and a few others wanted to go for a swim.
Michael reaches into his pocket for the return tickets which had 6 people on it but fails to produce it. He looks at us and says "I think the ...
... changes today ...fun fun well done the first ...more amazing scenery and then jump on e second ...pretty damn fancy ...big area upstairs for a bevy or two. But it's so hot up there .very warm day here in the alp ...might have to go to the snow tomoz. The trains aren't designed for over 30 degree days !! They say it's rare today ...but it's getting hotter as the week goes on !! Not complaining !! I manage to get to ...
... however I was soon to find out I
As i climb ever higher the path leads me through a 100 yard or so tunnel
and onto some stairs at the far end. Here I find myself heading into some small
tunnels with openings in the cliff edge and finally comes out behind the falling
It was rather wet up here but with the heat of the day this was extremely
welcome and I made sure I got rather soaked before heading back out into the hot
... the views we hoped for we will have snow and be able to say we saw it in Switzerland.
We catch 4 different trains to get there and it takes abut 2.5 hours. We will go up through Grindelwald on the way there and on the way back we go in a different direction through Lauterbrunnen where we have been told about two must see stop offs.
The first one is Trummelbach Falls, amazing waterfalls we have been told and then the second one is not far away, a little town up the ...
... to steer a bit. Jessie and Trav patiently waited until I caught up. The next slope was steeper and luckily when I got too fast and lost the steering I went into the mountain, not over the mountain. NOW I decided I’d walk, but after a while that wasn’t practical. Then we decided that Jessie could double me, so Trav took the gear and my sled and Jessie took me like a baby koala hanging on behind. After a while I opened my eyes and ...