How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Hot tub
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... br> Amazing scenery but all reviews of the town made it out to be a collection of concrete bunkers built by Mussolini. This was definitely true but it had good snow. Surely we could put up with some rough edges?
We arrived on a Monday evening and on Tuesday, Stew & Mitch had themselves fitted for skis & we spent a morning getting ourselves acquainted with the town & purchasing ski pants & goggles for Mitch. Stew and I had brought most ...
... in Murren, which we were glad to see. The next level let us out onto viewing platforms where there was a light coating of snow. We just reveled in the beauty! Chilled by the cold and the wind, we went back in and up to the restaurant where we ordered hot chocolate. They brought us warm milk and powdered chocolate which we loved--it doesn't clump! Suddenly, the area where we were sitting started to move! Turns out the restaurant rotates slowly. The center doesn't, and Karen had ...
So we are kind of back blogging. After our one year trip to Oceania and Asia had finished last year we decided to move to Switzerland. Depending on the mood and creative we will post longer or short articles or just let pictures speak.
As Hazel is new in Switzerland this is the perfect opportunity for us to (re)discover Switzerland. As so often one travels ...
... Our first stop in Switzerland was the beautiful Lucerne. We went to a Swatch watch and Swiss Army knife shop, then we got some free time. It's such a beautiful, clean and expensive city. An hour wasn't enough time! Then we got back on the bloody bus for another 2 hour drive to our accommodation in the Swiss Alps. The scenery was incredible though, and we were all swapping from one side of the bus to the other to get photos. We eventually rolled into ...
... Still the australian couple, but now also there was a father and son from the chicago area, and a boyfriend/girlfriend from pittsburgh. We had another lovely meal for a good price, and lots of discussions about health care in various countries. I now know that if I ever need surgery and can't afford it, Switzerland is one of the best, most affordable places to come. I think I may need to take a medical vacation sometime :-) And the hospital food here is apparently ...