Grand Hotel Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... of the afternoon familiarising myself with the local hikes and how to access them then a relaxing beer in the hotel's pretty rear garden followed by my five course “half board” dinner which at CH35 ($A41) is a steal considering main courses at restaurants outside the hotel were a minimum of CH40. Despite its more than reasonable cost, the meal and service is excellent.
... more morning for food and to check out. After check out, A few of us walked around the city the last time and I bought a **** ton of junk food for the way back. I came back to the airport and just went on my phone the whole time. mostly because I wanted to hear the rest of the people. It was german non stop and it was awesome! We finally left and again a 12 hour bus ride I was back in Roma a lil after 3 am. Kinda sucked but luckily I didn't have class ...
Armed with sandwiches, cameras, and water we planned for about five hours of hiking. To save money on trains, we planned a circuit that required us to take the train to Wengen, and we would walk from there. The whole circuit was split into three separate hikes. One from Wengen to Mannlichen, Mannlichen to Kleine Scheidegg, and back down to Wengen. To get to Wegen, we took a train to Lauterbunnen, the main town in the valley. The next train took us one town higher into the ...
... and the conditions were perfect, going out the starting gate and slaloming round the official slalom post. I got some great photos and then went up for lunch. In the afternoon during the lesson we skied loads of reds and even some nice blacks. After the lesson I decided to have a last run before heading back home. I meant up with my friends from the day before and they said they wanted to have a look ...
... Also the sight of a James Bond movie with an Australian actor. It was a bit cloudy up top but was still worth the trip. The pictures don’t begin to do it justice. We came down to the second gondola to Murren, where we took a train a couple of stops. Kris and I had a picnic lunch there. Most of the group hiked back to Murren but 6 of us took the train back. I couldn’t resist adding a St. Bernard to my little group of ...