Stella Hotel Interlaken
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Around the M25, on to the M27 and arrived at the Chunnel before we knew it. Have downed countless cups of coffee and eaten shoddy services cuisine we where please to final get underway. Boarding the train is a doodle, 25 mins later we arrive in France. Rusty Rex has sent through a complete guild to each day, including pointers along the way. First …
... majesty's service.
After that we started to make our way down the mountain via a series of cable car transfers down to Stechelberg. From there we got a bus back to Lauterbeunnen(where we started our journey) and made the connecting train back to Interlaken Ost.
We got a few drinks and crisps at the big Coop(has virtually anything you need from plants to pastries) and we got back to our room at about 7pm. Over a beer we reviewed the days photos, particularly the funny ...
During our overland trip in Africa we had the pleasure of travelling with 4 lovely ladies from Switzerland. We promised when we made it into Europe we would visit them to see their part of the world, they promised a bed and to show us around. On the trip in Africa the ladies were all christened as Heidi's (yes very cliche) and we couldn't wait to see their cute little country nestled in the mountains with the cows with bells. Jac had visited Switzerland on ...
... it a real job so they don’t do it. She also recommended that we go up to Lauterbrunnen to have a nice hike and good view of the alps. We decided to do the rafting today so we would have time for our clothes to dry and do the trip up to the alps tomorrow.
The rafting was scheduled for 12pm so we wandered around the shops to wile some time away. We visited a nice chocolate shop and saw there was a sign advertising a chocolate show at 5pm. It wasn’t too ...
Up and on the road by 10am, my turn to drive the first leg, did our usual lets go find a supermarket in the town, and once again ended up down the back streets and tight roads!!!! Eventually decided to just go and see what we found on the way, (we had been told to stock up before hitting the Swiss border as very expensive in Switzerland) found a Lidl and did said stocking up ...