- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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Opened the curtains to a sunny morning so decided to risk the walk through the nature reserve, saw a white bellied black squirrel bouncing through the trees this time, along the river and canal banks and into Interlaken , we continued on to the far side of town and got the funicular railway up the harder kulm, it was very steep going through tunnels and rocks before arriving at the top platform with stunning views of both lakes, Interlaken set between them ...
... do for insurance purposes etc. we then went to the police station and helped with that side of things. We then headed up the Harder Kulm, a mountain behind the hotel. We had to go up via a funicular on a very steep track. We went up 700 odd meters in 8 minutes, the views were great. At the top there was a viewing platform and bar/restaurant. We stayed for a while enjoying the views but made sure we didn't miss the last ride down the mountain. Another great day in the ...
... were three timed test sections today. On the first short section Tony
Strelzow in the Derby Bentley did well setting best time in the Vintageants on
1:34, and the Bentley of Lars Rolner, the Ford of Bill Cleyndert and the MG TC
of Peter Zernial all set 1:38, with the Woodock Brothers setting 1:44. In the
Classics division, Paul Kirkham set 1:22, and the Polish Jaguar XK 150 doing
particularly well on 1:26, ...
... and beers! Perfection. This would end up being one of our favorite spots of the trip. We sat back, soaked in some mountain rays, and just enjoyed the serenity of being on top of the world.
After prying ourselves away from the top of the mountain, we took the short 20 minute train ride to Lauterbrunnen, where we’d be spending the next two nights. As warned, the brief ride was ...
... our nice Mexican roommate who decided it was an appropriate time to turn the light on and loudly get ready for the day. We assumed this was the life of a hostel backpacker so we just rolled with it. Breakfast was served in the hostel so we made our way to the kitchen and were herded through like cattle to get our food. At that point we were the best looking people in the place, as we were not suffering from hangovers, wearing the same clothes we had on the night before, smelling ...