Turm Hotel Gracherhof
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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When I originally looked up the town of Thun as a location to visit, one of the first things I'd read about it was that is was pronounced Toon. Since Toon Town has been a major attraction at Disneyland, I thought that visiting a much older Thun town might be interesting. This city is old...I mean, really old. The area of what is now Thun was inhabited since the Neolithic age (mid 3rd millennium BC). The name of the ...
... and off to Switzerland we go. We got past the border to Switzerland at 3pm and my golly this country is just beautiful. So many gorgeous mountains. We drove another 2 hours when we arrived in Lauterbrunnen, and our campsite, The Schutzenbach. A nice little place with an amazing view; mountains all around and a waterfall in our cabin window. From here we got ...
... say that such beautiful scenery has brought them to tears. I used to think this to be melodramatic. Control yourselves, people. I NOW GET IT. As I walked down the street into the village of Murren, I found myself on the verge of tears. It was as if my emotions couldn't quite comprehend what my eyes were seeing.
Now living in Colorado, we see mountains all the time. Not the same. We came to ...
... can answer everything and perhaps I should come back next week. This meeting is going to happen at 15.00 tomorrow ,at my insistence , as I would like all the facts before the body corporate meeting on Saturday which I will be attending- good luck to her is all I can say. Our homeowners can thank their lucky stars that they have Chantel looking after them. We then walked around the small town looking into the shop windows and then decided to take ...
... guys camped beside us and they said that they usually do between 2-4 jumps per day depending on the day. In the summer they can fit in up to 7 – it takes them about 40 minutes to re-pack their chute and we could see how careful they were being when they packed it up in camp.
We arrived at the ticket office and picked up our Berner Oberland pass. The pass is valid for 7 days and was on sale for a 2 for 1 deal which was great! You get unlimited travel ...