Kastanienbaum Swiss Quality Seehotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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Some time passed and Jackie and Kate decided to return back to the Hotel, while John and I went for another walk around the town in the rain. After about 25 minutes we returned back to the same hotel and stayed they’re with a couple of others for another 2 hours sampling again. Then it was back to the Hotel and after another couple of beers with a now much larger group, we turned in for the evening. Kate and Jackie had already gone to bed. ...
... we had won four free Sunday roasts playing trivia a couple of weeks ago with Pilko and Ed, so we simply had to use them before we left. It was a fitting way to end our time in the UK. Sunday night in a typical little English pub, drinking non-English beer (nobody in England drinks their own beers, most of them drink Fosters, WTF), having Sunday roast with roast beef and Yorkshire puddings and watching the round-ball code.
... got very limited and the snow began by the base of the 3rd cable car much to Maddi's extreme excitement!
At the top of Mount Titlis, there are restaurants and bars, and Ice Cave, the highest suspension bridge in Europe, areas for snow play and obviously snow boarding and skiing etc. Given that we are in April, the ski season is about to end but there was a LOT of snow. In fact....it was pretty much a blizzard with limited visibility and easily half a foot ...
... to Rogers house for supper. After that I met sam and luca in town and we went to a club called Härterei, there we stayed till about 4 and then we had to walk home because the busses wernt driving anymore. So we got home around 5 and because I was leaving at 7 in the morning anyways, we decided to just stay awake.
... bus that can along. Riggenberg overlooks Brienzersee another series of postcard worthy moments. We managed to have the site, a church from 1671 and originally a castle (first built 1230) to ourselves.
The highlight of the day was exploring the various features of our cameras and using the managed which was anchored to the safety rails of the castle walls, my heart stopped more than once trying to anchor the camera; so hope you enjoy the results!