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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and not even sure it was running that long ago...I mean that's ancient history! Supposedly some of the most beautiful and breathtaking views of the Alps. Two and a half hours up into the mountains and the same on the way back via a different route. He also told us where our hotel was located. Not IHG (Holiday Inn Express, Crowne Plaza, etc.) properties in Interlaken, so I found this hotel on Hotels.Com. Relatively inexpensive for the ...
... about you! We then drove into Switzerland and got a bit of the history - interesting to note they have bombs and explosives in all there bridges and tunnels that border any of the surrounding countries and if anything happens they can detonate them and they have cities build underground to fit all the citizens in in case there are any attacks or anything which is pretty amazing for a neutral country! We are staying at ...
RALLY REPORT FROM THE ENDURANCE RALLY ASSOCIATION
We drove across an alpine mountain range to Gstaad today. Just as we thought we
had seen every kind of extreme weather condition, we drove up a foggy mountain
and found it was snowing at the summit. Ludovic Bois in his Volvo Amazon, car 82, suffered a spot of altitude sickness
and refused to run any further at the top of one pass, and had ...
... also with their keyboards lacking an apostrophe). At least there is fresh snow on the Alps to admire. A lady mentioned this to me on the train, that higher up the mountain there was not rain but snow falling as we spoke. I spend the evening despairing over French wine tasting. The Alsace region sounded lovely, but I can't find any rooms and have a vague suspicion that even if I secured one I'd somehow still fail at achieving any ...
... rushes through the smoothed caverns and pools carved in the rock forming the most awe-inspiring waterfalls we’ve seen. And they keep going, up and up and up. You can take an elevator up the first half but as Kyle said “what’s the fun in that?”. They say there are 10 falls, with names like “Corkscrew Fall”, but it is all really one fall created by the drainage of glacial melt. The water is the purest clear blue we’ve ever ...