Hotel Salina Maris
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... 4 tickets, we took whatever we could take. We were then guided inside the circus tent to our seats for the performance.
“Ooooh! Mama....a TABLE with a lamp!” exclaimed Talia.
I felt like we had been transported back in time as we sat at one of the 150 tables that lined the seating areas, with a little table lamp at the end. An 'show and dine” experience was about to await ...
... and with ivy growing all around them and through the empty windows. They looked so pretty even though they were derelict. We past two Italian men in uniform near the border at a Stop sign. We were a little unsure what we were supposed to do, apart from stop at the sign, so we did that and started to wind Ness' window down. They came over thinking we wanted to ask them something, so they just nodded us on. Ness was spot on when we drove off, saying "oh my god I thought we were in ...
... sunset. We were there for probably 2 hours sitting by the lake talking, and watching the sunset. It was so relaxing and peaceful, along with being gorgeous!
That night, we stopped by a little store close to the hostel to see if they had stuff to fix Luanne's shoe. The sole was completely unattached except for a little piece which was holding it on. Everyone in the store rallied together, and some guy came back with caulk to fix the sole. It was so funny to ...
... easy (wide enough roads) and amazing. A bit of bad luck: the Schilthorn was cloudy and you couldn't see a thing at the top. So instead, we decided to take a short gondola ride up to the tiny (inaccessible by car) village of Gimmewald. Cutest mountain town ever, with just a few restaurants and little hotels (yup you can stay up there, a must do if we ever come back) and little adorable wooden houses. We then ...
... and then we landed in Basle which was suffering from complete fog and almost zero visibility. I have no idea how the pilot managed to land the plane. Then we got into a coach and set off for Lauterbrunnen. The fog was still very heavy as we drove on but I still managed to get some pictures of some towns and of Lake ...