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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... yes walked , not a typo!!!) down the mountain for 8 kms, as Noel thought it a good idea!! The first km, was dodgy, melting slippery snow and mud, rocks and it was hot !!! I had also bought a cowbell at the shop at the top of the mountain, which wasn't such a good idea ,as I was schlepping down the mountain. But then, the terrain became grassy, snow patches galore with the track following a waterfall ,with beautiful flowers sprinkled everywhere - ...
We awoke in Sunday morning a little slow and sore after a big Saturday of Canyoning and celebrating but we were packed and off by 10am. After 3 great nights in Interlaken it was off to Zermatt to check out the famous Matterhorn. We arrived in the afternoon and took a walk around ...
... that then rides up on a gondola, then hikes to another village, with another gondola (maybe better to say cable car? Problematic--gondola suggests Venice, cable car suggests San Francisco!) down into Lauterbrunnen, arriving near lunchtime. The return up valley could be on foot or bus, and there is a mighty thundering waterfall to visit halfway. This was just about what I had come up with after perusing the guidebook, and I was geared up for this. Karen had her heart set on ...
... stone bridge. We then got to climb back up a few hundred metres on those same gravel tracks. No problem for us seasoned climbers. Except when we were still in a high gear from going downhill! We climbed for quite sometime before emerging from the pine forest by a little church. The views across the valley were pretty cool, lots of villages scattered around different heights on the other side of the gorge. How do they get building ...
... each with a guide. Ours was Matt from Canada, but he's lived in Munich for 5 years. He was a bit mad, but hilarious. It ha started to rain, so we got ponchos, then jumped on our bikes and followed Matt through the city. We stopped at a few places and he told us about buildings, made us play games with other tourists, ride around monuments for 5 minutes at a time, until we were all dizzy, and told me stupid stories that made me laugh so much I had to get off ...