Seegarten Hotel Marina
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSeegarten Hotel Marina Spiez
This hotel is a short bus ride from the station. located on the lake edge the views of the lake and surrounding mountains is fantastic. Our room was large, clean and had a balcony with a couple of chairs.
Meals at the hotel are very good. Its close to the old museum. castle.
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... to put the additional seatbelt, he just needs to sort out the sleeping arrangements.
Today, there was heavy rain and thunder in the mountains for much of the day.
I'm struggling to access hotel's Internet signals, in order to write this blog. Their internet is very slow, and occasionally loose signals all together! Really frustrating!!
On a positive note, the weather is set to improve for the next couple of days, so today is a good time to plan our next ...
... Thun takes around 30 minutes in duration and guests can choose to disembark near the picturesque Oberhoffen castle or continue to Thun town. Oberhoffen is very worth a visit with it's fairy tale appearance and unusual decor. Thun itself also has a castle, which was unfortunately a little overshadowed with scaffolding whilst I was there. Some nice shops in ...
... village of Gimmelwald (4593ft) which is Rick Steves favourite. Here I plonked myself in the first field of flowers for a photo stop. It is a very small traditional village with cows and goats and farmers that still cut hay by hand. Animals are housed in winter and their milk is used to make delicious alpine cheeses. There is a type called Appenzeller which is really nice. Its a semi firm yellow and a cross between a tasty cheddar, a nutty swiss, and a hint of ...
... that the other family were visiting, so we decided to end their stay on a high and visited a tiny village on top of a mountain, where we walked through the forest in deep snow (like, a foot and a half of proper snow! AAAH!) to a 40m high lookout tower, from which we could see views of the mountains all around us! Sadly the weather was very overcast, so we only really saw trees, but the views were still gorgeous and I took some lovely photos which I shall put ...