Turm Hotel Gracherhof
- Minbar in room
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Awoke bright & early 6.15am showered & a lovely breakfast yet again. Overcast morning (a pity) as we are heading to the mountains. A short walk (15 mins) to the bus terminal where we boarded our coach at 8.30 am. Our journey took us to Lucerne to pick up passengers then onto Interlaken. As we travelled this beautiful part of the country the sun has appeared much to ...
... was right in the world at that moment of human smallness.
Just as soon as we arrived it seemed we were rushed back to the rail car to catch the final train down the mountain. This time instead of heading back to Lautenbrunnen we headed east to the quaint mountain valley resort of Grindelwald, seated in the shadow of the Eiger. This resort village reminded me a lot of the upscale mountain resorts like Aspen or even Tahoe’s North ...
... B in a peaceful alpine village. The serenity is unbelievable. So quiet, you hear lots of birds & the water running down the hills & streams. Cars are so noisy. It makes me want to run down a hill singing 'the hills are alive with the sound of music' As I'm thinking this Grant has also thought the same but his version adds a streak down the hills singing. Typical Scotsman, everyone would go blind! We don't continue up further in the alps as the webcam at ...
... made me keen to give it a whirl. That said I'm not sure how successful I will be. Dad used to teach the blind to ski but never taught me - perhaps this says something about my balance and coordination...?! One day in the alps was definitely not enough so I fully intend to return perhaps in a camper van in the summer. But it was onwards to Italy which I was pretty excited about too! I'll update you on how that goes soon. ...
... Switzerland so as to not miss any of the scenery. The countryside is nothing like you have ever seen before - everything is green. Everything. I've also never seen snow before, so I got a little bit excited when I spotted my first snow-capped mountain in the distance. What also amazed me was the enormous lakes surrounding the villages. They were so large and so blue that you'd be forgiven for thinking that they were the ocean.
We arrived ...