Park Hotel - Buergenstock Resort
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- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... of Asian tourists and did a 40 minute hike to the edge of the mountain for some spectacular views of the Alps. Definitely worth the CHF 75 we paid!
I feel like this is a city we should have spent more time in. My first impression was there is a bit of a grunge and indy scene happening here, mixed with a few crazies everywhere. Again another beautiful city separated by a slow flowing river. The city seems to be separated into an
old/traditional side to ...
... a picnic lunch with burgers and pesto-stuffed mushrooms - and a yummy messy dessert of meringue pieces and berries. She also offered us bacon wrapped sausages. The picnic site was perfect too! We finished today's ride at Lake Brienz where we caught a ferry to our magnificent old hotel: Grandhotel Giessbach. From the lake's edge you ascend to the hotel on a 140 year old funicular. Open the windows in ...
... knew Switzerland was expensive, but 19 Euros for two Panini and two coffees? In Italy, that would have been about half the price! No wonder they're all so skinny round these parts, they can't afford to eat too much.
Because we'd spent so much time around Lake Como in the morning, it was late afternoon by now, so we finally got on to the A2/E35 motorway, which would take us direct to our overnight stop here. We got on just at the right place to go through ...
... while I made this blog….it was so wonderful to share it with so many friends along the way!!!!
So now…kids are in bed – intertwined. Bags are packed, the door to our balcony is open and we can hear the church bells for the last evening.
Tony and I celebrated our 10th wedding anniversary this summer, and by the graciousness of amazing friends (and one organizer extreme in particular), ...
... up. Ours was relatively empty both going up and coming back down. The early bird gets the ice castle.
We stopped and had some lunch at one of the train stops. When we were ready to board the train again, they had us and ride a bus for a few miles. Track problems on the train. Not a concern. Back on the train in a few minutes and more beautiful scenery because they take you down a different route than they brought you ...