- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... Interlaken and saw the early rays catching the very tops. The track in it's upper reaches stops at the Eigerwand, a viewing platform about halfway up the Eiger rock face and you can look down 3000ft to the scree at the bottom. The train terminates at the tourist complex at the top (Jungfraujoch) and there are viewing platforms etc. When we arrived about 8:50am there was no view and ...
... the tasting room. Imagine trays and trays of every kind of chocolate Cailler makes meticulously laid out to tease and tempt all of your senses. There was only one rule: try as many as you'd like, but you can't take any chocolates with you. That's the kind of challenge the Goodner family likes to tackle. As we delicately placed each morsel into our mouth, it would slowly melt and gently caress our taste buds with the fabulous flavors of cocoa, milk, and ...
I caught the train up to Bern on Friday, about an hour from Lausanne in the German speaking part of Switzerland. This is where Tim and Annik and their new baby, Anya, live. Tim met me off the train and we grabbed some coffee before we strolled around Bern, admiring its lovely views and buildings, and the glacial river that runs through the middle (where Tim goes trout fishing). Annik just started back ...
... was extremely expensive and to paint an entire castle white was an extravagent show of great wealth..
The man who originally built it, the Count of Savoy, owned over 30 castles throughout the area and only spent about 2 weeks a year there before moving on to another castle (rough life!!). When he moved each time, he took EVERYTHING in the castle with him, furniture, carpets, tapestries, etc. He left it a total shell. Note to Bob: And you say I ...
... temperature, and the current goes at a good enough clip that it was easy to understand why over half of Bern was in the river. It was really fun! Like a huge waterslide that goes on for minutes rather than seconds (it really depends on how far upstream you want to walk), and one where you don't need to climb up stairs or go to the hot tub to warm up. Admit it, even you could be persuaded to get up and enjoy the Great Outdoors if that was on the agenda. Case ...