Address: Sparenmoos 1, Zweisimmen, Bern, CH-3770, Switzerland | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by travelingteen on Jun 19, 2015

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... to Jungfrau mountain peak ("The Top of Europe"), as it was cloudy and could not see much. Instead, we were able to take a cable car (actually two) up to the town of Murren. We walked around, got a coffee, ate lunch (bread and cheese from the backpack) and called Mom and Sarah. It took a train and a cable car to get back down to Lauderbrunnen, once we did, we looked around the town. Then we went back up to Wengen and ate dinner. We were very tired so we headed to bed after ...

Switzerland; home of the bears

A travel blog entry by anonymoussteve on Aug 11, 2014

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... I am pumped now, we are jumping out of a ******* helicopter today at twelve thousand feet!! This is insane, I don't feel nervous I feel very ready to go. We head up to the internet cafe the four of us, grab ourselves a coffee and use the wifi. While inside I notice a list of heaps of extreme sport activities: bungee, base jump, paragliding, skydiving, rock climbing, canyon swings etc.. This place has a lot to offer. Sipping our coffee everyone from our tour slowly passes by, ...

Interlaken, you were all kinds of epicness

A travel blog entry by zoe13 on May 22, 2014

... with balconies scattered across the mountain in no particular configuration, melting snow making its way towards the rivers, cow paddocks where the cow bells sung out in a random but methodical tune as the cows ate floating into our gondola cabin and yet more mountains even more stunning than the ones we had left behind in Interlaken.

When we got to the top of the gondola ride at Grindelwald first, the peak was covered in thick clouds and cold. There was still large ...

Skydiving the Swiss Alps

A travel blog entry by johs-wanderland on Jan 11, 2014

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... rush was indescribable. The sun illuminated the snow capped Swiss Alps and all I could think about was how incredibly blessed I was. We hung around up top for a while before landing, Dan took me really close to the alps I thought we were going to collide. I have no words that can begin to describe how I felt and what the views were like from a birds eye view.

That night, we went out to the Horner bar and had a few - all of us that Sky dived took a test tube shot to ...


A travel blog entry by hannabrowne on Oct 03, 2013

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... that I've had yet! It was only when we stopped that I realized how cold it actually was. We made our way to the starting point and had some beers to warm up. I finished up early enough to change and explore the rest of the town. So far I've found Interlaken to be safest and friendliest place yet. Unfortunately it was the place that attracted the most non English speaking Asians. I couldn't find anyone in my hostel that ...