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- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... Eiger and Jungfrau and terminates on the saddle between Mt Jungfrau and Mt Monch. We were able to exit the train twice inside the mountain to take a look out the viewing holes cut in the side of the mountain (like the windows walk at Karangahake but on a bigger scale!). The 9km tunnel took 16 years to build and was completed in 1912.
The views from the platform on the saddle were ...
... car. The air was fresh but definitely jeans and long sleeve weather, though not according to one a Jamaican girl that walked past us in pastel coloured short shorts.
The next stop was Bern. The Swiss obviously like their large fruit, as their were giant grapes and strawberry statues randomly placed in the centre of several roundabouts that we went through. We drove past one man who looked in the car and then sped up to pass us again. Ness couldn't decide if he was ...
... and had amazing food, shopping and music (saw John Mclaughlin with Zakir Hussein at the famous KKL theatre!).
We are now in Zurich for our last night before Carter heads to the UK for some grouse and pheasant hunting.
This is our last night together after a truly unbelievable two months on the road. We are so blessed to have seen as much as we have on our trip, but can't wait to get home and see all of our friends and family soon!
... also very salty. With a couple of beers and 2 glasses of water the total cAme to over $100! Decided to walk down to Interlaken which should take about 1hr 40 mind. The walk was harder that we'd expected. Very bad on the knees with slippery rocks and tree roots. Bhups really struggled with his sore ankle. Got train back after. Cooked spag Bol for dinner and ate again in Denise's ...
... with the beautiful houses fronting the lake with their boats and boathouses, villages, churches and wineries – all with a background of snow topped mountains. It took about 90 minutes (with stops at villages on the way) to get to Interlaken – a town between Lake Thun and Lake Brienz and the "Airlie Beach" of the area. We walked around the town where souvenir shops, cuckoo clock shops, swiss watch shops, restaurants and ...