Sunstar Alpine Hotel Wengen
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Very clean and modern hotel, with Swiss charm and ambiance. Extremely convenient location. Great pool. Breakfast and dinner were top notch.
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Swiss Rail Adventure 4-09-14
After a long day of trains travelling from Edinburgh to London I now had an even longer day of trains ahead of me.
After spending the night at my brothers in London I got up early and headed for the underground station at Cockfosters. Here my plan was to buy a discount ticket with my staff railcard and board …
... and therefore both of us having a fabulous time. How I wish........
I've been here seven days and I'm really hanging out for a steak. The food has been fantastic, cordon bleu as it is the top restaurant in Wengen. But I've had enough of pigeon, quail, venison, etc. so the chef volunteers to do a beautifully cooked entrecote. Wow, it was great; it really pays to be nice to the kitchen staff!!
... the Lager chair, followed by the Gummi chair and then the Arven chair, to get us to Kleine Scheidegg. None of the BMW sponsored activities were working but we went down the Arven red to look at the speed gun. Great fun for those of us wanting to speed down the hill. After this we went to the restaurant at the top of the Arven chairlift for lunch.
Lunch was much needed and Ruth and I had a great vegetable soup served in a hollowed out bread roll.
... We ended up having a hard time finding the entrance to the bridge that crosses the river (it is for cars so it is more inland), so after 30 minutes of walking we caught the bus at the station for Interlaken Ost (the train station on the east side of Interlaken). We rode back to the hotel and knocked out.
Our hotel is so cute. It is the typical Swiss chalet on the outside. Since we've never been inside the typical Swiss chalet, we don't ...
... how much things cost so as we can go looking some more. We leave that shop with said tea towel, two Beanies and assorted other trinkets and continue our walk. As we walk I think to myself that the traffic and congestion at home must have eased some, as just about every second person here is Australian. The sun has gone and Carmen is feeling the cold, so we head back to our hotel. It certainly isn't swish but the bed is comfortable, the shower is hot, the staff are ...