Lindner Hotels Alpentherme Leukerbad
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking hotel
- Indoor pool
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... the falls to Swartzwaldalp was about 4 hours of steady, but mostly gentle, uphill walking. The forecast rain held off, the wind died down and it was warm enough to hike in T-shirts. We checked in at the Chalet Swartzwaldalp, had a late lunch and felt invigorated by the surrounding beauty so we did some hiking around the area before dinner. On 9/17 we awoke to rain which ...
... that for their pigs...and yet their Swiss-German neighbors proudly proclaim on the menu that the horse meat they feature comes from
So enjoy the beautiful pictures, some taken out of the window of our chalet and some from the town of Interlaken; we began today in clouds and spitting rain but by the time we were back in the mountains the skies had cleared to a deep blue, as you see in the picture taken along the ...
... it was a pleasant cool down. They finally turned on the air conditioning on the way back so that made it a more enjoyable trip. Back at the base we divested all their gear and they provided bread and cheese with drinks for everyone. We all agreed it was really fun and I think we all enjoyed it more than we would have enjoyed jet boating.
We changed again at the hotel and headed back into town to wander round more shops until it was time for our chocolate show. They ...
... listened to the other person and booked accommodation in advance -Disneyland is NOT the 'happiest place on earth' Walt. Not when you have a terrible boredom tolerance and the cues are well over an hour -Things always have a way turning out and despite plans falling through, the only option left may turn out to be a stunning ski town at the foot of the Swiss alps. -Enjoy every moment with a grateful ...
As we embarked on a 9 hour journey towards the snowy peaks of Switzerland, we were introduced to something more commonly known as "the wake up song" on the these tours. So as we travel around on the bus all day, there is a requirement for a 15 minute stop every two hours and this is begun by playing our infamous "wake up song" shook me all night long by acdc, a much pleasant wake up in comparison to pots and pans. Switzerland then came ...