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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Alpenblick Bern
Very nice modern Hotel just 10 minutes walk to the centre, had a nice bar and garden and a nice touch of having a beer tap in the bedroom (unfortunately no beer!!)
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... train to Bern for 1 hour.
Then we walked to our hotel room at Hotel la Pergola. And then we went to a traditional Swiss restaurant and we had cheese fondue and potato rosti.
... like us. There was no one else riding the karts. The were quite different to the luge in NZ, more like drift go karts that go down a rickety wooden planked pathway but it was lots of fun. Then you got hooked onto a rope and towed back up the hill to the start! After the karts we walked an hour back down the hill instead of taking the gondola to work off all the buscuits we ate.
After that we went to the town of Thun which Natalie ...
... from the feed grown in Summer, which is taken up an external timber ramp by the tractor. Seeing the tractor drive on top of the house was a randomly funny sight for these two Aussie kids! The cows are milked twice a day and walk in by themselves exactly on time- they too are on Swiss time- to their stalls with their name on it. Yep, every cow has a name, could it get any cuter? And with beautiful green pastured fields, the most perfect vege patch surrounding the ...
... found it ok though. In the morning we had organised to go and see Jane briefly at her flower shop for a coffee, and she kindly got us a croissant each from the same delicious bakery as the day before. It was lovely to see her shop, which was right in the middle of the old town and filled with beautiful flowers and decorations. Afterwards we explored Murten a bit. We started with the old town walls, where a big battle was won back in the day. There was a great view from the ...
... a really long tunnel....not quite sure how long but the whole thing took about 26 years to complete. You pop up underground and go through to a series of tunnels and viewing platforms which is amazing...we got out to the highest viewing platform and had a great view of cloud...yes correct the cloud had not cleared and now we were in the middle of it! So we went and look at all the inside things which included an ice cave which had lots of ice cravings ...