Eden Swiss Quality Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
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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 ...
... would headbutt her leg. She would grab his horns and push him back. He would get all excited, wagging his tail, then he’d get up on his hind legs, get some momentum and ram her (she’d put up her foot to catch the brunt of his impact). The owner bent down and gave him a command in German and he put out his hoof to shake hands. This goat acts just like a dog!!! We spoke with the owner a bit about him after we heard her tell some freaked ...
... paper ticket. The ticket man at Rome was early good but we didn't and still now all the best questions to ask to solve unknown situations. Anyhow, we explain our current situation and tomorrows situation - the 5 minute change. Our euro rail tickets will fix up for this afternoon. No problems. Plenty of seats. And it wasn't and there were. Had our choice of the carriage. Tomorrow. If I were you, I would catch the earlier train. You won't have reserved seats but ...
... 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. ...