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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
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... restaurant. Also a very nice and cozy iglu. In total we were a nice group of 15 people. After dinner we went on a small snow shoe hike with great view down to Zermatt, Matterhorn with moon and zillions of stars and of course another small drink. What an experience! Back at the village we went to the heated wooden bar. At around 10:30pm we jumped into the jacuzzi. This was dynamite! Sitting in the hot pool, being astonished by all these ...
... t safe to go, we weren't going to argue with them! So we explored Murren, a colorful alpine village perched on a shelf in the mountains. The streets wound up and down, the buildings were mostly wood, and there were flower boxes and small gardens still, although the temperature was around 40. It quickly got warmer. We each did a little shopping, then decided to head back to the "transit station" and get a light lunch at the tavern there. On the way, the small streets suddenly had ...
... floor, the renovated dining room with picture windows all around overlooked the entire river valley and surrounding peaks. We enjoyed our pickled carrots and onions, prosciutto, bread and butter, new potatoes served with a plate of fondue cheese (up to 11 servings of cheese, he said!), and berries drizzled with champagne for dessert. What a rich and relaxing meal and excellent company with friends to finish a challenging ...
Having flown into Geneva I took the beautiful SBB railway into the mountains, the views of lake Geneva and the passing surroundings as the landscape gradually grew more and more dramatic was just amazing. The small alpine village of Adelboden was my destination, a skiing hot spot in the colder months but popular hikers hide out in the summer. Surrounded by mountains on every side and with very traditional alpine ...
... That afternoon we all sat around in the common room on wifi, playing cards and talking. After dinner most people went to bed, but 14 of us squished into a maxi taxi and went to the (only) pub in town. There were 2 other Contiki groups there, one of which were doing a 10 day tour, so they were hitting the bar pretty hard. We had a few drinks - the beers are so good- and then squeezed into the same cab back to Contiki camp. The next morning we were back on ...