Romantik Hotel Schwefelberg-Bad
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Schwefelberg-Bad
... it was too late in the year for most of them. A very nice children's play area attracted many families since it was Sunday. We had lunch there then walked down in a little over an hour. On the way we saw several para gliders over the valley. Back at the hotel we basked in the sun with a coffee and thought how fortunate we were to be doing this. Tomorrow it's a full day by train to ...
... 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 ...
... with combo, it came to 36 francs! ($40). We had no idea Swiss was this pricey. After feeling robbed we went and explored some surrounding towns. Our rail pass grants us access to the train so we headed to Spiez. We trekked from the station down to the lake. On our way we found goats grazing in town with bells on around their neck. It was neat that they have animals in town like that. We sat at the edge if the lake admiring the ...
... We did a bit of shopping in a supermarket (Swiss chocolate!) and came back and cooked tea. I did a special dinner of chicken stuffed with garlic and gruyere and rapped in prosciutto ham before being cooked on the BBQ griddle, followed by beef stir fry in wraps. It was delicious but there was soooo much washing up!
Tomorrow is our last proper day of our holiday before we start the long journey back. Another session on the lake I ...
... character. Look at the place I am staying in, it’s a beautiful old lady, the floors still creek. It’s over 110 years old, started as a hotel however 2nd World War it became a military medical institute/clinic for sick soldiers and then changed to a dental clinic until the end of the war - then was renovated and went back to being a hotel, became a training hotel for apprentices from the Swiss Hotel Association and ...