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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Meiringen
... mountain. From 1896 it took 16 years to dig the railway tunnel. Created so people could visit Jungfrau. We stopped in the tunnel in the Eiger Mountain and could walk to a viewing window to look out over the mountains from that height. The temperature was cooler up the top and so for the first time donned my jacket. I was standing at the top of Europe looking over the most amazing and breath-taking scenery. Surrounded by snow and clear skies. I again could recognize the hand of ...
... towards the waterway. Gorgeous cafes lined the streets and waterways. Lucerne is just gorgeous.
More exploring tomorrow on our tour to Mt Pilatis.
Photos will be up soon. Took them on my iPad today but I can't connect it to internet today ...
... looking around for awhile and speaking with some girls from a student group, we headed back down the hill. The brother of the young guy had also made the hike up the hill, complete with his Backpack. It turned out that their Hostel was actually in Grun, so they headed back to the station for the short train ride there.
I had a walk through the main street in town, which seemed to be all shops and hotels. I eventually stopped at a small Bakery ...
... to Tannalp, feeling better going up then on the descent to Engstlenap, we catch up to an older Swiss lady, who is resting or waiting for someone. As soon as we reach her, she starts talking away to us in Swiss. I tell her in German, I don't speak German and I don't speak Swiss. She continues to rattle on so I say it again. She looks at me funny and I say Amerikaner. She smiles and says ah San Francisco und Denver, apparently telling us where she has been. Then ...
... a night under a roof, rather than our wet tent, but it didn't end up being that much of a treat as staying in the tent cost almost as much. Indeed, we were talking with some Australians and since they had a car, which also has a charge if you are camping, it was cheaper for them to stay in the dorms there. Crazy. Also crazy was that absolutely everything had a pay as you go scheme, including hot water for dishes and even the power in the kitchen ...