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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... your left) and pork. I tried the pork even though I'm not a huge fan. It was nice. The camping ground likes to make money. They charge CHF2 for two hours of wifi and per minute of hot water in the showers. CHF1 gets you eight minutes (which is actually a long time inn the shower). They definitely seem to make a lot of money on alcohol sales, exclusively from the Topdeck groups that come through ...
... the weather changed direction and we weren't allowed to do it :( There was 5 of us and 2 of the boys got to jump but unfortunately the rest of us didn't. I was very disappointed at first but there will be another opportunity I'm sure! I brought a Swiss knife in Switzerland!! And had a chicken satay pie! There was such a cute little cafe with amazing food and hot chocolates! The Swiss alps are absolutely amazing and it definitely looks the same in ...
... with not a piece of rubbish or graffiti to be seen which was a slice of heaven after the last three weeks in Italy. We had a quick giggle and washed a very Swiss beer down with a sausage in pastry, see photo attached. We arrived into the most beautiful town I have ever seen Interlaken; located in the middle of two large lakes with a glacial river running through the middle. The town was nestled in the valley and was surrounded on all sides by ...
... motorways and tunnels.
Actually, actually we have come to a conclusion already that there’s just too much round Interlaken what with the town itself, possible trips on the lake, walking, mountain rail trips, the Jungfraujock (highest viewpoint in Europe, overlooking the mountain glaciers, you know, Michael Portillo went on it on his Great Rail Journeys in Europe programme?) and its altogether a fantastic place for a stay of at least a week, if not more.
... run. At this point the snow started coming down even heavier, and visibility was becoming an issue,so we came back up the hill and skied down to JJ.
We had promised JJ apple fritters at the restaurant at Brandegg, so we put him on the train while we skied down the easy blue . This blue run has a number of unofficial names; the apple fritter run and the Narnia run. The latter name is very appropriate as it looks like the scenery from the film. With the ...