- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... where that came from. Moving on to the part where we walked to a little lake in the forest where we could feed the ducks. We start to feed the ducks, then we see fish, then we give them bread too. Then the fish started getting aggressive to the ducks pushing them away from the bread. There were so many, and this next part I know you won't believe me, but I have witnesses. The fish started to slap the ducks with their fins! The ducks hastily retreated and all of us were left gaping ...
... to go for a walk around the place being a Sunday nothing was open expect for a few bakeries so sure enough we went in a bought a nice chocolate bread thingy which was REALLY good!! Walking by the river for a while before heading back to our hotel for 12 as we were heading out for lunch as a group. We arrived at a restaurant for a typical Swiss meal (cheese fondue) whilst there were ...
... the tram. As we boarded the smallest funicular car, Chris hit his head. (This had become an unfortunate theme of our European adventure.) However, he recovered quickly as we chugged up the mountain taking pictures of the beautifully green scenery around us.
In no time we'd reached the platform to board the Cabrio, a double decker cable car with an open top, that would bring us to the sunny summit of Mount Stanserhorn. Chris ...
... it be that they think that one day they will grow again.
- Talking about shoes. I've never seen so many single shoes being abandoned in the streets of Asia. And they are definitely everywhere.
Would I travel to Asia again? Yes, of course! I loved every minute there even though sometimes the asians drove me up the wall. But generally it's friendly, peaceful and veeeeerrrrrry laid back.
... panoramic views on display. No views but we just embraced the elements. It was freezing and two guys were crazy enough to take off their shirts for pictures. The clouds did shift slightly so we could see two feet or so in front of us. We snapped some pictures and headed back down with a stop in Grindlewald. It was fun but not worth the money.
We stayed in Interlaken for three nights. One of the non-train highlights of the trip was when we rented bikes. ...