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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Simmenhof Lenk-Simmental
Travel Blogs from Lenk-Simmental
... and we both land one after the other. We stand up on solid ground and hug each other with a huge grin on our faces! We SURVIVED! The rush was still on us and we were on such an adrenaline high as we got out of our clothes and sat down waiting for the last group to head off. We sat around and told each other our stories to see who did what and no matter what the consensus was always the same it was awesome.
We waited for the last group and a few of the guys ...
... great success of a night was that I never got to complete the challenge of swimming naked under the bridge, when Michael and I went to do it there was someone there, naked, with his head down trying to will himself inside, we got bored and left. All in all though, a day that will be hard to top. We are now on our way to Avignon. I saw Clare again at breakfast, it was good to be reassured she's as cute sober as she was when I was drunk. My observation for the day is that only ...
... to walk in the rain with kids for a different restaurant. Good idea as the food here is top gourmet and Mother Nature decided to %hail as we sat down. The kids loved it and flew to the windows to watch the ice balls hit and bounce. Amelia went out and put a couple of ice cubes in her hand and Wyatt ate them. We are off to roll in the snow while all other adults hike the glaciers. Hopefully the weather will hold when we get there so dog sledding can be our next kid ...
... different types of trains required for each trip, the last one needs the most grip!! However you do a round trip, so you get to see little towns in between, and it is easy to get on one train and get on another because they are beside each other, it is very well organised. You can decide if you want to stay in each town a bit as the trains go past on the hour, I only stopped at Grindelwald, as I was told that was the best one to stop at. Although on ...
... the kids. Ro was also launched into driving in a city on his second day. This only became harder as we travelled to Lausanne. It seems the lights here change very quickly and Lausanne has many hills, so there were hill starts a plenty in car with an automatic handbrake and in a busy and crowded city. Things we becoming a little overwhelming, the kids were bored and we were struggling to work out what to do next. We decided to find a supermarket so we could buy ...