Park Hotel - Buergenstock Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... we visit and we all enjoyed strolling the quaint streets and adding to our clothing and accessories collections. Towards the end of our time, we sat along the edge of the lake to smell the fresh air, listen to the birds and watch the swans, a perfect way to end the day. We met up with the mountain group at 5ish to head back to Huttwil for dinner; chicken, veggies and pasta followed by another custard type dessert. It was a fun and fabulous day. We laughed a lot and ...
... collect wood and build camp fire, explore holes in tree roots, collect pine cones in a bag then put them into a basket to wind up onto a platform then put into a chute back to the ground. It was a wonderful place for children and it was not vandalized one bit. Back at the chairlift we bought a new backpack for me and some cows for Liz. Unfortunately we were too late to ride the scooters but were happy to walk down the mountain further. But first one last cable ...
... thanks to our interrail passes, we would be going. The weather on this day was perfect so we could fully admire the scenery without a cloud in the sky while the sun lit up the green of the fields and the blue of the mountains far off in the distance. We were bursting with excitement as we boarded the ferry. It took us to Alpnachstad, a small town at the foot of the mountain. From there, we got on the steepest rack railway in the world. With a gradient of ...
... the floor.
Both times - someone dropped a tray and glassware and dishes broke - heard but didn't see.
I believe it's the Hotel Zum Rebstock - located just in the courtyard area of Church of St. Leodgar (St. Leodegar im Hof) - the landmark church with the twin steeples.
Returned earlier for some downtime and movies in our room. Still recovering from the Bang! and late night from Lausanne.
... but little did we know the coldest was yet to come... 2. An Ice Palace which was the coldest part, with many ice sculptures and tunnels winding around the place. 3. The chance to go outside into the snow, which we chose not to do given our jandal situation :( Hannah was absolutely gutted but after having frozen in the ice palace and then getting some snow on her bare feet she thought better of attempting to walk out onto the plateau. 4. There was also a 360 degree movie showing u ...