Dorint Hotel Bluemlisalp
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... that we take 2 jackets each and change our sandels to shoes. Bernie’s tour included a drive through beautiful town of Interlaken. There is snow everywhere, yesterday was green paddocks today Santa should be flying down any minute.
The tour up in to the funicular that has the James Bond sound track, apparently this is where one of the films where made. It gets colder and whiter the higher we go up. Stunning but freezing, Thank you Jacky for ...
... 2 am the couple that’s not a couple came stumbling in from the pub and then an argument broke out as from what I could gather, one of them lost the keys. F bombs were launched followed by more and more slanderous words and although it woke me up, I still found myself chuckling.
The next morning we woke up to another hearty breaky of bread and Nutella. We did have bananas each this time though. We went and ordered me a Swiss army knife which was called the ...
... etc. before our final group dinner at 7:30. We met in the dining room at 7:15 p.m. and selected a table near the window overlooking the valley and mountains. The menu tonight was creamy potato leek soup, a fish entrée...so we were given a veal a la king style dish which was veal sausage and gravy served in a puff pastry shell, rice and spinach. Courtney was given a vegetable mix with cream sauce in puff pastry, as she doesn't eat veal. Dessert was a caramel flan which ...
This last minute trip was all over the place. We went to Zurich, Rhein Falls, St. Gallen, and Rapperswill. There were a lot of circumstances we encountered.. good and bad. So, I just want to focus on the good.
Let's start with the drive in. We took a "car-share" from Milan. It was the most beautiful drive; I think I took roughly 100 pictures just on the drive to Zurich from the border (less than 3 hours).
I am going ...
... of Nestle) chocolate factory. Cailler is situated in the picturesque Le Guyier Valley in Broc village. This was a self guided tour and gave a brief history of the chocolate and how it was first used by the Azetic tribes, following the tour there was place to explore the raw materials of chocolate, the cocoa seeds, the hazel nuts and almonds too. We got to taste all of them and it was good to know how ...