- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Travel Blogs from Sedrun
... It was a vision sensory overload. At this height and with little people around you would think it would be quiet, but the noise of the cow bells was relentless at times. Fighter jets in the Swiss Alps? There must be a air force base in the valley of Meiringen because that morning we had seen four jets take off and as we were walking down two flew from behind the mountain down the valley. Along our walk Daniel found some goats high on a hill (Olay, Olay Olay ee oh). ...
I would take my younger brother with me to Switzerland. It is peaceful and quiet there. Warm and clear, Switzerland allows us to ride bike in the country side along the the road, without a destination. I would ride with my brother, not knowing where we are going, until we are both exhausted. We will then lay on the grass, looking on the blue sky, listening to the wind and the leaves falling, and we will talk about the past stories.
I am going to plant a rose ...
... posters – just like the ones we’d seen in Paris. And the restaurant we went to next, La Fatien (http://lamaisonfatien.com/) Is also French, and in a shophouse round on Duxton Hill. We had a really great catch-up, it was so lovely to see them again, life is very different in the private sector and they’re enjoying it. It was interesting to hear about the different type of expat here now, seven years on. In our day there were a lot ...
... signs the day before on the summit I wouldn’t have seen the glacier mountains at Oberalsee, but it would have saved my paranois, and probably been slightly warmer at 2100m.
As opposed to some of the greenery of the Grimselpass ascent, the descent was far greyer due to the high altitude, with the whole Gletsch valley sheltered at above 1700m. Upon reaching Gletsch I was relieved I ...
... arriving in Engelberg, we boarded a series of cable cars which took us to the top of the mountain. All in all, it took hopping into 3 different cable cars and a total of 40 minutes to reach the summit. All of the cars had clear plastic windows, so we were able to enjoy breathtaking views of scenery the entire way. Once we arrived at the top, there were plenty of activities to take part in. ...