- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
- Conference facilities
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... beautiful lake the Lauenensee, made it very worthwhile.
At the end I had a light lunch in a mountain restaurant overlooking the lake. I hardly saw any one else on my hike, but the restaurant was packed. It was a beautiful sunny day and being Saturday, many people had driven up to enjoy the view and the location. The atmosphere was celebratory, everyone seemed very happy. And no wonder; they all seemed to be loving the wonderful scenery, the crisp cool air, and bright ...
... to let go! I gator chomped during the repel (because I didn't need my hands) and jumped, skipped, fell, and walked my way to the bottom. The next task was a mini jump and oh my polar bear was it freezing!!! The water was extremely cold and after a few seconds I could feel my body turning numb and losing control. The next few things were some cool slides that we went down and it wasn't as much fun since it was soooo cold! Just kidding, it ...
... snowing like crazy the whole way home and the trains had to go very slowly so it took a long time to get home. Funnily enough, we happened to sit next to the Perth couple from this morning again! Was fun to spend some time with other Aussies! :-) Finally reached Interlaken and caught the local train to our station and then had dinner before heading back to our hotel. Early train out tomorrow - to ITALY!!! Woohoo! ...
... hour boat tour, we walked to tourist information, to confirm the reasonability of our hiking plans. While tourist information is nice, they just delivered the canned speech of which easy hikes (walks) to do. When we asked about some other hikes, they said it would be long, boring, and requires hiking gear. To me, short of going camping or climbing, hiking gear includes sneakers, food, and water. We would have all three, so we decided our route would be good. ...
... walked in, there was a large table of guys of all ages that were sort of talking to us, but I just had absolutely no idea what any of the words meant that they were saying, so that was awkward. I've adopted the strategy that when in doubt, just smile and move on. This seems to work pretty well. I think that they older men were trying to get the you get ones to talk to us girls, but the language barrier just made the situation quite awkward. The restaurant ...