Hotel de Moiry
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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After months of waiting and planning I've finally arrived for my season working for Top Deck, a tour company that provides trips for 18 to thirty something’s. My first port of call is the tiny town of Lauterbrunnen in the Swiss Alps that for somewhere so small has a huge amount going on. I’ll have plenty of time to see all the sights however as I’ll be living and working ...
Lauterbrunnen was a 'high point' for our trip in many ways. It had been ~3 weeks since our trip started, and we'd had a few hiccups along the way, so it was great when things just clicked, including: - solid hostel at super cheap price - incredible natural landscape - met great people (an American couple from Idaho*, who we had a lot in common with - best part is they were geologists, so they could explain ...
... was a wonderful shock to our hot, tired and sweaty skin. We found our hotel with ease. Hotel Blumental is right next to Chalet Fontana where T, David and Terri stayed. There is a CoOp grocery and bank right across. Our hotel has a restaurant and we are glad we receive breakfast each morning. When we purchased our SBB train tickets in Zurich the lady gave us the wrong train time, 9:40 which was an hour earlier than the one I had requested. The ...
... lunch, as it should be a bit cheaper and better quality. I had considered staying a bit longer, considering the huge cost to get up here. However, after one more look at the queues at the cafes and the hordes of people, I moved to the rail station for the trip down.
I sat on the right side of the train on the way down, as that seemed to provide the best view. The ride down was fairly quiet and the train had to move onto a siding and stop a couple of ...
... in window boxes and stock with bells around their necks, which give the country a soundtrack like wind chimes.
I decided Lauterbrunnen was the right place when, emerging up the ramp from the train station, we saw a lady dragging a very large, smelly and belligerent billy goat. I'm not sure if he was getting a trip on the train or just being taken to the other side of the tracks! It is nice to see real life rural scenes instead of ...