Metropole Hotel Interlaken
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... the beans are taken and dried on tables and they keep turning them over. They package them into bags and sell them to factories. The factories then roast the beans and break them into ‘nibs’ I think they call them – basically just bits. Then the nibs are pressed and that is how you get cocoa butter and cocoa powder as the pressing causes the oils to come out. Dark chocolate is made from cocoa powder, cocoa butter, bit of sugar and vanilla. Milk chocolate is ...
... motorways and tunnels.
Actually, actually we have come to a conclusion already that there’s just too much round Interlaken what with the town itself, possible trips on the lake, walking, mountain rail trips, the Jungfraujock (highest viewpoint in Europe, overlooking the mountain glaciers, you know, Michael Portillo went on it on his Great Rail Journeys in Europe programme?) and its altogether a fantastic place for a stay of at least a week, if not more.
... very many photos, being almost the last train - that is what happens tourist season, on the way up I almost had the train to myself.
Back to Interlaken and I am in awe of the day had, the sun didn’t leave the mountain and views are just too hard to describe, I drop by the hotel with my warm clothes, as I did need them up there, the sun was out but it was cold in particular in that ice palace, my lips went purple.
... be offering it, let alone finding the best one. But we preserved and found a restaurant on the main street that was so typically Swiss with its wood panelled walls, small windows and views over the mountains. We choose the plain cheese fondue served with potato and bread for our first go rather than the other options such as tomatoes and more fancy cheeses.
The last adventure of the day was a short bus trip outside Grindelwald to Gletsscherschlucht, literally a tiny ...
... to fly back to Portugal. It was a very uneventful day for the most part. I stayed on the outskirts of the city and never actually went in to Milan. From what I have heard there wasn't that much that I would miss by not touring around the city. I mostly hung around the small town I stayed in. The fun came at the very end when I was on my way to the airport. I walked down to the train station in what I thought was plenty of time. I bought a ticket ...