Kastanienbaum Swiss Quality Seehotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... knew she had trouble breathing. Shared samosas with Brad which she had bought from the Indian food van at the bottom of the mountain. Said her husband wouldn't want it. Then offered us some coffee Lindt chocolate which I had to pass on because I dislike coffee. Only reason I would knock back chocolate. Also I had a mars bar up the top and felt a little queasy. Close to five some people she knew came down from the mountain and said they and ...
... no frills or casinos) was getting good reports. Now there’s a thought for Portugal?
As an Interlaken Taster we decided, for tomorrow’s last day, to take the funicular from Interlaken to Harder Kulm which gives panoramic views over Interlaken, the lakes Brienzersee and Thunersee with the three local mountains as a backdrop. Watch tomorrows exciting episode for pictures. There will also be a little shopping to be done. Anyone know where the Swiss sell their garden ...
... are VERY LONG DAY I don't see Grandpa much he has been having meetings with the heads of WORLD companies. This morning I went to listen to speakers about THE HUMAN BRAIN this talk told the audience about the world brain project this world group are going to try and map how the brain takes in information and how thoughts are them sent in the brain so we think capture your ideas and think( if you don't understand thats o k I don't) ...
... as a second language so we are getting on OK. Romansch comes from Latin and is only spoken by about 50,000 people. It has its origins from when the Romans invaded Switzerland in the years Before Christ (BC). We then changed onto another Golden Pass train but this time without the glass roof. It took us to Interlarken (which means "between the lakes") We arrived at 12:30 and had lunch there. Train 4 was from Interlarken ...
... sensitive, as are the taps. Something I think could be very useful at home.
I was the first in the room, so I dropped my gear and headed off for a walk. a little way out of the town centre I found and Aldi, and although I am not a big Aldi shopper I thought I would pop in to see what differences there were between Swiss Aldi and Raymond Terrace Aldi and I found one straight away. The Swiss don't eat bullets, can you believe it - no Aldi bullets! I have been looking in other ...