Sunstar Alpine Hotel Wengen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
TravelPod Member ReviewsSunstar Alpine Hotel Wengen
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 …
... in all my years of hiking I've never been able to get photos to accurately show the steepness of different tracks. There must be a technique to do it, but I've never learnt it.
A heavy downpour of rain made the descent and particularly the rocky sections extremely slippery. For long distances there were sections of cable riveted to the rockface that could be used as ...
... little ski town at 4200 feet above sea level, with only 1300 year-round residents but up to 10,000 residents in the winter. Our hotel was built in 1898 and has been in the same family since, so quite a historic place. The views from here are absolutely phenomenal, with a lot of snow still on the peaks (when the clouds ...
... bunkers throughout the country for the citizens protection. There are 4 main languages in Switzerland, French, German, Italian, and r-something (not sure about the 4th). During WWII there is strong evidence that the Swiss sold weapons to both sides including nazis and even stored nazi gold/currency. The Swiss guard are the only guard used at the Vatican City. The requirements include having ...
... with literally hundreds of waterfalls cascading down. The largest is Trummelbach Falls, but it isn't visible from the valley; it is inside the walls of the mountain. We could have seen it for 22 CHF (Swiss Francs - note: 100 CHF is 108 USD, so pretty similar in value), but we decided to skip it. The second largest falls was right beside our campground, the wispy Staubbach Falls. The water becomes mist because it takes so long to fall to the valley floor. It does somehow manage ...