Hotel Weisses Kreuz
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- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Weisses Kreuz Interlaken
Travel Blogs from Interlaken
... views of the neighbouring mountains were just mind blowing and even slightly better than the mountain scenery that we saw in Canada and Montana. I didn't think that was possible, but now I see why Switzerland is so popular. They say that on a clear day you can see into neighbouring countries, and it was so clear today that that was no doubt happening. There were lots of people taking photos and walking carefully around the slick and slippery icy edge ...
... hidden treasure. It would have been nice to enjoy a drink in the bar but we had no Swiss francs and everything was soooo expensive there. Not sure how the locals live with those prices! Finally at 4 we met Lucian after we collected our free teaspoon from Bucherers and bought a cute mini Swiss Army knife for me for €12.50. We drove to see the Lion Monument. I've seen loads of pictures before but ...
... to the coolest swiss watch shop where I made an expensive purchase that I will never ever regret :) . After that we ate supper at the hotel the others are staying at and then headed out for a cruise on Lake Lucern. Best. The best. Venice was great yesterday, but I love Lucern. I would live here. Tomorrow we will spend most of the day driving to paris. And now, my bath is calling ;) Love you ...
... off our bags at the very least. (We weren't supposed to be able to check in until a few hours later, at 4pm). We wanted to pay cash for our room to avoid fees, but because of our unexpected lunch splurge, we didn't have the cash on hand anymore. We looked for a Bancomat (ATM) as we walked across town to the Backpacker's Hostel. By the time we got there, we still had not found anywhere to get cash, so we continued looking. Finally we decided to go see if we could find the gal ...
... to get out of the small gondola, and switch to the larger tram—a suspended carriage for about 40 persons with standing room only. There were only two trams on this line, (compared to the dozens of gondolas that came along every 5 minutes), and the ascent was the steepest yet—carrying us over the rocky face of Pilatus’ peak to its craggy summit. And the views! It was like the height of Mt. Borah combined with the greenery of the north island ...