Neuhaus Golf and Strand Hotel
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... french, italian, and romansh. Those are their four official languages, and each is predominant in a different area of the country. All I've heard so far is german though.
Anyways, the hockey game, just like the chelsea soccer game, was attended by fans who sung, chanted, and screamed their lungs out throughout the entire game (led by a fan with a bullhorn), putting american sports fans to shame. Some of the fans had very loud drums, one of which ...
... that she recommended going to Thun instead, which was on the other side of Interlaken. We thought we could check that out perhaps. We arrived back at the bus stop and realised they only run once every hour & we had just missed the last one...so we decided to walk back to Interlaken. It was a nice sunny morning so we didn't mind too much at all. It was about a 45min walk.Once we got back, ...
... conversations with these people were so inspiring, dynamic and varied, deep and insightful, I could have stayed all night! We were so honored to sit and visit with them for the evening.
More people joined us later on – Tom’s wife – Alice’s Sister, who had been out with friends to see an opera nearby. Common interests bind people from all over and we found out that the younger Spanish couple at the table were ...
... trees, footpaths, rooftops.. Magnificent! We even witnessed mini-avalanches, waterfall on the mountains with rainbow in the middle. It was pretty amazing. I've come to the conclusion that anything and everything looks good with snow on top.
I have to admit, despite walking on pretty much a straight footpath with just one turn across the field full of snow to head onto another footpath, James and I got ...
... on my map, head back to Interlaken via the gigantic, I'm-surprised-I-didn't-get-lost-in-it maze of a shopping mall/train station. The ride back is another pleasant scenic experience. I sit on the train eating a toblerone and watching the Alps go by. Upon returning to Interlaken I adventurously get off at the west rather than the east station (about same distance from my hostel) and walk back through a different part of town. The shops around each station turn ...