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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Multilingual staff
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... while she just had her runners, and after the constant steep downhill and unsteady footing it was starting to really hurt. Another kilometer and a bit down the hill and we made it to the more regularly walked tracks, these ones a lot more kept, but we had one last test before that - the cows....
For some reason the 30 or so cows in the paddock that we were entering were almost all on the path. I went ahead, expecting them to move aside, but as we approached they just ...
... tones and that the farmers can identify each cow by the sound of the bell. Some of the houses have bells hanging outside -- the bells of cows that have done well at competitions, or a farmer's favorite. Arrived at the hotel finally after 80 km of riding -- very tired. Dinner tonight in the hotel, which is a salad bar, barbeque and then a dessert bar. This is a ver nice hotel, with a swimming pool (partly outdoors) set at about 80 degrees. Turning in early again tonight -- we're ...
... admire the natural beauty of the caves, with its gushing water and waterfalls through some sections and its still small lakes with stalactites and stalagmites through other sections.
We again missed the bus back to Interlaken, however, again there are far worse places to be stuck waiting for a bus compared to overlooking the sparkling blue Lake Thun with huge limestone ridges hanging high above us in contrast to the blue sky.
Epic is the only way to describe ...
... to Interlaken. The kids had enjoyed this stop and we ventured into the next leg of the journey all in a bit of a better place.
We quickly realised that dogs were very much a part of the culture here in Switzerland. They are out and about everywhere. Something we are enjoying seeing as we miss not having our Sally with us.
The drive to Interlaken was quite extraordinary. As we left Montreux we started climbing a windy mountain which ...
... station. We were given a lovely room since we were on our "honeymoon" - the largest hotel floor space we've had and views of the river from two sides of the room - and then a fresh vase of flowers delivered gratis!
We walked through town watching paragliders landing in the local park before having lunch. The plan was to find out about sailing boats on one of the two lakes however Troy was exhausted from a number ...