Kastanienbaum Swiss Quality Seehotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... we could barely see the mountain we were standing on! We had been warned, though. In Zermatt, when we told a local we were heading for Lucerne, she laughed and said that Lucerne is known as the wash-room of Switzerland, because they get more rain here than anywhere else in the country. Never mind, it was fun. So tomorrow another cross-country train ride, over the border to Germany, where we will meet up with Jordan, and no doubt double our ...
... and mountains. Spiez doesn't have much else to do so we went to Thun that looked bigger. That had a few more stores so I got Ed a Swiss Army knife and I found a fossil purse I liked so I splurged. We came back to Interlaken at 5. Monika had made curry chicken and rice for supper so we are that. Cory and I walked to hooters to have a beer. Prices for drinks there are decent, around 5-7 francs. We had a good visit with monika before going to ...
... For the first half of the ride, we travelled by open air train car venicular before transferring to a double decker open air cable car. The ride took just shy of six minutes before reaching the summit. Once at the top, the views were unbelievable. The sky was blue with minimal clouds and we could see for miles in the distance. Words really can't describe the awesomeness of God's creation. The beauty and majesty of this pristine summit is beyond description. Photos don't do it ...
... most modern hotel in the area at the time – with private bath facilities, radiators and elevator.
Directly across the road from the hotel, I walk across a bridge, and I’m ready to take the little red funicular which takes 10 minutes to climb to the 1323 metre high Harder Kulm, the hotel gave me a free pass to take the trip and told me it was worth going on. Fingers crossed the sun comes out and fog/clouds up ...
... white swans gliding gracefully over the water, and locals strolling along the promenades on the banks. Trav and I went for a swim in the chilly waters of the lake at the end of a hot day. Really cool experience (pun intended).
Zurich has a very cosmopolitan feel to it, too. Lots of shopping, expensive cars, night clubs, and even a Hare Krishna festival ...