Eden Swiss Quality Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
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... 13, 11 and 8. Mum is Swiss and Dad English and the boys speak, German, French and English. Mum always speaks German and Dad always English. The older two have been tour guides showing us different parts of their town and the younger entertaining us with his delight in our camper. He has explored every cupboard and nook and cranny and is fascinated by the electrics and plumbing of it all. He is busy trying to figure out if all his family could fit in and has figured ...
... with the same route as yesterday, but we rode further to Visp (N19), then rode south to Tash. And no vehicles are aloud beyond this town. You took a train to Zermatt, then a special (expensive) train, known as the Gornergratbarn train. This 40 minutes ride takes you up and through the mountains, valleys and waterfall, while admiring the proud giant-geological figure of the supreme Matterhorn, bathed in the glorious sunshine with a back-drop of the blue sky. Today was another perfect ...
There is lot's to see in the valley bellow the mountains. The harbour town of Spiez on the banks of Lake Thun is particually beautiful with it's picturesque castle and great views of Niesen. We enjoyed an icecream by the crystal blue waters at a local cafe and then boarded a cruise over the lake. A popular option for tourists in the summer months. The tour ...
... 100ft cable and deposited them fairly nearby on the side of the mountain to where the para glider who needed assistance was.
We didn't stay much longer, but saw another chopper come in to get the transferred patient who had been hoisted back up to the platform by the first helicopter and staff. Crazy all the extreme mountain sports here when you see where they go for thrills.
Our next stop on the way down was the incredibly quaint and ...
... is apparently quite famous for this, as it uses the warm water from an underground stream to keep the fish warm. We had a meal there, and I had a 'Störcocktail' - like a prawn cocktail but with sturgeon fish which was really tasty; and then I had a burger-type thing with Spätzli, which are like little wheat noodle shapes, which was also delicious. In the evening I played with the boys, and they were very excited and stayed up very late!
Today was the ...