Eden Swiss Quality Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Thun, Interlaken towns and all the Swizz landscapes and culture. The food and the beer, the wonderful hospitality at the hotel, even made a friend with the manager (Tanya). I have to admit, this is an exciting country for exploring the country on a motorbike. Speaking of motorbike, Bella (my R1200GSA air-cooled) was and still is a fantastic bike. She could handle all the roads, while fully loaded with such ease. I had not even use a drop ...
Days Two and Three!
So yesterday we were up early and, being Easter Sunday, obviously had to do an egg hunt! But what I didn't know is that in Switzerland, they REALLY do Easter! So we were hunting in the garden for probably around 100 chocolate eggs and treats! The boys loved it - they couldn't believe how kind the 'Osterhasen' (Easter bunny!) had been and loved the 'Ostereier'! (Easter eggs!)
The boys are very interesting to listen to from ...
... book will help. The castle sits right on the lake and was built in 1861. This is not like the medieval castles in Germany and has more of an aristocratic mansion type feel to it. As we follow the self guided tour, we climb higher and higher. We should have expected this as nothing we have done has been on the level in Switzerland. That doesn't make us shifty, just very vertical people! At least 6 floors later we reach the top which was set up as a Turkish smoking area. Large ...
... Citron in Marseilles. Unfortunately we missed one port Palma de Majorca due to strikes so arrived in Barcelona one day early we still disembarked on Sunday as scheduled but were allowed ashore Saturday.
I am now in Interlaken Its absolutely beautiful here mountains all around and a very pretty town flowers absolutely everywhere. On Tuesday I visited I visited a castle in Thun and yesterday two more ...
... a photo of the sign post and saw an arrow that said UNESCO and I was intrigued. I discovered that just another 20 mins walk up would take me to the summit of Mannlichen called Mannlichen Gipfel. It was a UNESCO sight for it's panoramic views. I ummed and ahhhed and then said just go for it. So I headed up and only found the last section to the top the hardest and even though the only two people up there who could see me I stopped every 10 steps, ...