Treff Hotel Sonnwendhof Engelberg
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- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... the local foods for lunch, it is here that we get a dose of the French Arrogance toward the English speakers, while trying to order lunch it was obvious that the staff knew English but we're just being difficult in not helping us with our orders, not all bad thou, Helen and I thought we were ordering glasses of wine when in fact we received half litre carafes...... Oh well. We tried the local food called Tarte flombay which is really just a very thin ...
... with our tour leader and bus driver and had a good chat with these guys. We then headed back down the mountain. We heard the cows again on the way down and noticed the temperature increasing as we headed back toward Engelberg. We headed back to the Ski Lodge we are staying at for a relaxing afternoon. By the time we got down it was 3:30, so we relaxed in the outdoor bar area and played cards for some of the afternoon. I decided to have a quick nap ...
A huge breakfast to ward off the chill, the bacon so nice and the croissants better than in France I think. Off to explore the summit, Mount Titlis. 3020m above sea level. it was a foggy morning and as the first set of lifts rose up into the hills visibility was zero. An eery silent climb which was suddenly disturbed by the ringing of bells. All the cows grazing in the hills wear a bell around there ...
Lunch was expensive. We bought a sandwich, a bagel, a salad and a quiche for over 40 Australian dollars! Ouch.
The fog was a feature of the trip (you know it's been a quiet day when the fog is a feature) with thick fog covering the countryside in places. At times we had about 30 to 40 metres visibility.
As we reached Switzerland, we started getting glimpses of the Swiss Alps and snow. Very ...
... in snow. Some of the buildings around the city are covered in paintings. They are beautiful! The city also is right in the swing of Christmas with huge Christmas trees everywhere, main roads covered in hanging lights, little side streets with big Christmas crowns covered in lights, stars, decorations in every window and buskers singing or playing Christmas songs. It really is a beautiful atmosphere. The main water tower and bridge is just out of the books but ...