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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Schonbuhl Hilterfingen
We booked a quadruple room with a shared bathroom. Plenty of space for all, but the beds were all single beds. The owner/in-keeper, looks serious, but he makes an effort to talk to everyone. Overall, it's been a comfortable stay. It's not cheap though.
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... ranges around circled around lakes. It was time to relax so I booked up a hotel right on the lake. This was the one time on my trip thus far that driving on the wrong side of the road caught me out. I pulled out a junction trying to beat the traffic and ended up driving up the wrong side of the road for a brief period of time, thankfully I noticed and was driving sensibly. It's when you ...
... to stand at the top of titlis and admire, I came to the conclusion that this country was pristine. Switzerland was heaven on earth, in all of its beauty and untouched perfection. It left me speechless allowing me to absorb everything it offered. The intricacy and precision of this country shows you that there is still untouched nature that when in its purest form, can rise greater than anything that is man made or constructed.
However, as the morning wore on these clouds filtered upwards and with no more views it was finally time to head back down again. After a couple of hours of unspectacular cycling beneath the clouds I reached Fribourg, hoping for a cafe for a coffee, maybe a bite to eat and a chance to catch up on some notes. Unfortunately I had disregarded the fact that it was a Sunday, and in Switzerland almost nothing opens on a Sunday. I ...
... 13,642 ft.) as more pommes frites were eagerly consumed. The entire cruise took a bit over 2 hours as
the sun shone hot on the deck. It was a
relaxing way to get sunburn on a Swiss Lake in early July.
ride back was quick and the next order of business was a final trip to the
local grocery store, the Migros, where chocolate bars and Swiss condiments were
stocked to take home. Tom would
bar-be-que pork, veal, wurst and chicken ...
... because of my Eurail pass, when the girl on the front desk checked the camera on the top of the Jungfrau the next morning, it was a total pea souper!. The next stage down at Sheidigg wasn't too bad so I decided to take the chance and go. The trip up is a circuit - you go up one way and come down another and you can hope on and off at the little villages and stations as you go. The trains come through on the hour.
The trip up once you left the valley floor is exactly what you ...