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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 1,770 m). From there I intend catching the cable car down to Schronried (1,231 m) then a train back to Gstaad.
Fortuitously the rain seems to be easing and the mist lifting as I ascend in the gondola from Zweisimmen. However, it is very cold (8c) and windy upon arrival at Rinderberg and still raining. I hate having to wear my clumsy water-resistant trousers so bide my time with a hot chocolate in the ...
... some little souvenirs & chocolate is cheapest at the coop supermarket. It's late afternoon and we end up at the camping village to purchase Swiss Army knives with discount voucher from busabout. Grant already has a Swiss Army knife at home so we purchase the Swiss card which fits in your wallet instead. I purchase a mini knife painted with a blue Japanese lady as I'm in need of a nail file. We decide to take our washing to the hostel laundry mat. Due to ...
... before they closed (good thing I thought of that in advance!). We finally were able to get both cars and then started driving to a closer train station to pick up the rest of the group. By the time our cars are full of luggage and people it's close to nine at night with still eight hours to go. We began with a lot of energy but halfway through the journey that faded and we decided we would stay overnight in Innsbruck, Austria. This first half of our journey was absolutely ...
... Calorie was left unattended and ended up taking shots with friends she made...she don't make it back to her bed last night....instead he woke up in a hammock in the hostels yard. Classic! But now it's Tuesday morning and we are all packed getting ready to catch our train to Italy! Switzerland was so AMAZINg and we had a ton of fun! (I could definitely picture living here, outdoor paradise!) miss and love you all, off to Italy! ...
... was James Bond. Excited tourists go to the small theater downstairs that shows clips from the movie, expecting to see Sean Connery or Roger Moore, only to walk out saying, "Who was that guy?". There are a few intense hiking trails down from the summit, and we walked a little ways down each. The view from here was so spectacular, it would almost be worth the cost of the whole trip just to be on the Schilthorn. On our way back to the cable car, we saw a paraglider putting on his gear. ...