Eden Swiss Quality Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Spiez
... Brienzersee...our hotel was situated right on the lake edge. It was a short bus ride from the station.
The best thing in the old quarter was Schloss Spiez. It was constructed as a medieval fortress and developed further in the 17/18 C
Each part of the castle has been restored to give a great insight into castle life of the time.
There were very nice gardens around the castle,which ...
... Neil (dad) had to leave this evening as he is working in Holland until Friday and had to drive there(!), so after he left we sat down altogether to watch Grease (it was so lovely to see Max enjoy it for the first time - he was very impressed by the 'cool dudes' and loved the film!) Then Babeth put the boys to bed and I moved to my real room, which I have now unpacked in and settled in properly. Dinner was very tasty - tortellini with a pesto cream sauce - right ...
... little interperdation as Carmen wanted me to do a U turn at a set of lights just down from the train station. She said it would be OK, as Carmen had seen drivers do it yesterday. I could just see it. "But Officer, Carmen said it would be alright!! Now how do you say that in Italian?
I dropped Carmen off at the station with the bags, ran the route through my head again, I have had such poor direction sense lately- worse that ever, hmm- What's my name again? ...
... and skis, suiting up and seeking the slopes. While skiing, I actively avoided any cliffs, remembering the last time skiing in Switzerland when I learned the hard way: I became stranded down on the wrong side of the mountain, unable to ski away under the whopping weight of 3-feet-deep snow. Effectively immobile and without cell phone service, I wadded through the snow inch by inch, at a glacial pace at which even the snow-slugs would have scoffed. ...
For some reason, I had always assumed Switzerland was entirely covered by the Alps. Surprisingly, I was wrong. You can actually be in Switzerland without being in the Alps, which was a bit of a disappointment for me when it turned out my friend was living in the non-Alps part of Switzerland.
Luckily, he planned a weekend trip to Interlaken, which is a town between two ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility