- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... uphill), we were climbing the hairpin-bend road up Furkapass. After an hour of climbing, I was expecting the hard part of the climbing to be over, as the road was straightening out. This wasn't the case. The straight road was just as steep! And it was another hour to reach the top! One of the things we disliked most about this route was the crash barriers. On this route they only used little pillars spaced about 1.5m apart. Probably enough to stop a ...
... a train that in Grindelwald.
The last adventure of Interlaken before we took a train to Luzern was a visit to the St Beatus Caves. The legend goes that the naturally formed limestone caves once served as a refuge for St. Beatus who is said to have driven the dragon who lived there away in the 6th century. Me and Meghann decided to walk through the caves independently of a guide rather than waiting for the guided tour in English to start. We were able to take our ...
... the mountain. We saw the ski slopes which would be so much fun and even though they only opened in the last week or so we saw only a few skiers. We also saw the beautiful houses which looked like little gingerbread houses with icing sugar roofs. After 2 hours of changing altitude and my ears struggling to equalize we reached Lauterbrunnen. My right ear took several more hours before it unblocked and I was deaf until then, not too much fun. We went to the local ...
... early tea and a movie. We have loved Switzerland and look forward to coming back for a night in a few months. Would recommend anyone to come here and stay at Camping Jungfrau, it's amazing! Tomorrow we head back to Italy, to stay in Lake Como. Will be nice to have some warmer weather again and perhaps a swim. We will say hi to George Clooney for you all if we see him, seems to be a common celebrity holiday spot.
Catch you in Como
Lauren and Brendan ...
... it starts with the swim, then a road ride, followed by a mountain bike ride and finishing with a run to the top. Doesn’t that sound like fun!?!? It looked crazy to us, especially finishing at that elevation! They also showed lots of scenes from the Bond movie which were fun to see since we were sitting in the area where they staged the majority of the indoor scenes.
Afterwards we decided to head back down since the top was now clouded in completely ...