- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... this unique clarion horn that can be heard a few valleys away it is so loud. At blind corners they use it to warn vehicles coming in the opposite direction. Its constant use adds real Swiss character to the trip.
I’m currently back at my comfortable hotel working my way through my 5 course "half board" dinner. It is excellent in quality and convenient, and only costs an extra CH35 ($42) which is very cheap compared to external restaurants where all main courses are over CH40. ...
I wake early before our set alarms go off. So determined not to miss the bus I set two alarms just in case. Thank goodness because Grant's fancy Kathmandu world clock/torch didn't end up going off. We lug our packs & gear downstairs to check out. Breakfast doesn't open until 7:30, we line up & I gobble down a baguette spread with Nutella as we watch out the window with anticipation for the arrival of the busabout bus. You can't miss when it pulls in across ...
... pants). We ended the night just hanging out in our rooms, listening to music, and enjoying each other's company which was a blast.
In the morning we looked at some touristy stuff to do so went to the tourist information shop and found out that we could take a cable car to the top of one of the mountains and get a spectacular view. After a half hour ride to this small town with the cable car, we find out it's close to 80 Franks per person to get to the top...ouch. Getting to the ...
... and buildings during a dry summer. Luckily the fire must have been quickly extinguished because the smoke started to dissipate before we left the couple and made our way to the base of the falls again. There we said goodbye to our trusty walking sticks and left them in the bin for others to borrow. We picked up our bags from storage and headed to the train. The second half of Swiss Day was meant for another town...
... them at a bar on the Alps for a bit before we got into the company van who took us back to where the sky divers land. I waited on the oval by myself for a while watching all the adrenaline sports around me while lying in the sun just soaking up every bit of Switzerland I could. A while later Emma and Gavin came down so I took many photos of them landing. When they got down it was the funniest thing I had ever seen they were full of ...