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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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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We continued to head north and headed out of Italy through the mountains but it was not a great day for driving as the SatNav said we'd save lots of time by taking a ferry. However we had not clicked that there was not that much water up in the mountains and unfortunately it turned out to be a steel ferry otherwise known as a train. The train …
... sweets and chocolates and of course many different kinds of drinks. One could either eat here in the dining area or take it away to their seats. What a difference from a British train!!
Coffees in hand I head on back through all the coaches I have just come through. With automatic sliding doors between coaches and also between the compartment area and seating area make it so much easier to walk through this exceptionally smooth running train.
One hour on the go and ...
... people had so much to drink they were starting to get aggressive. We headed home and along the way we found another casualty. A friend of ours randomly got jumped by a pack of drunk hooligans. He wasn't beat up to bad but he sure would feel it it in the morning. How sad? You can't even go out have a drink or two and enjoy your selves without morons taking far too far. 4.30 am. I am shocked. I've never stayed out this long before even thought half of the night was tending to ...
... Jungfrau. We took a train from Berne to Interlaken and then switched to the mountain train and got off at Wengen. The mountain trains here traverse a very steep incline and therefore are required to ride on three rails – the middle rail with threads only for the purpose of grip. The trek from Wengen to the neighbouring villages was incredible. On the way we had the opportunity to observe the ...
... breath in infected air always fun, have a young and quite good looking guy still woozy from some medication make over obvious signs that he was checking us out, overly exaggerated winks, cheesy smiles the works. Smell the stench of antibacterial cleaning liquid, have a guy sit next to us that had been recently shot in the shoulder scream down the phone over 20 times to his obviously thick or quite likely high friend that he was in section B room 42 and that they should ...