Matterhorn Valley Appartement Hotel des Alpes
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... was on the deck by himself and turns out he had the same camera as I do so he asked me to take some photos of him. Had a very nice visit and I'll need to add Cape Town to my trip wish list. In fact, we met a lot of his fellow travelers like Ilza and Fienie -- both very outgoing and adventurous who have the USA on their bucket list. We headed back to Murren around 12:30 which gave us enough time to take the train to ...
... if you don't tell me, make bad smell. On a steep road descending; In summer, bicycle, no icicle. In winter, icicle, no bicycle. Reminding us to not be late when meeting the bus at stops; Departure from Interlaken is 11am. Miss bus, you no see me anymore... serious. From Interlaken, we went to Lauterbrunnen and caught a cog wheel train up to the Wengen stop, where the tour we booked separated from the rest of the large group who were going to the "Top of Europe" on ...
... named after. It's nearly 300m & one of the worlds highest freefalling waterfalls. Staub means dust & Bach means stream. So-called because if there is little breeze, the water looks like dust. It helped make Lauterbrunnen famous when Germany's most famous author, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe was inspired to write a poem about this particular waterfall: Song Of The Spirits Over The Water The spirit of Man Resembles water: Coming from heaven, Rising to heaven, ...
... side. Even with minimal lighting, it was amazing! Our cute wooden cabins were surprisingly warm inside (though tiny, you could touch each wall while standing still.. and there was 4 of us rooming together). Once settled, we headed to the hostel bar for dinner. A typical Swiss meal, all I really recall of which being the fondue, which just made me wonder what it would feel like to swim in cheese.
Then the drinking began. This was our first ...
... breakfast, Laura, Lisa, and I split up for the day. Lisa (the very, very brave soul) was going skydiving over the Alps, while Laura and I took the train up to Jungfrau, the highest accessible point in Europe, some 12,000ft high. The Jungrau trip was not cheap, costing almost AU$170, but it was most certainly worth it.
The train took us on a two hour journey throughout the countryside, moving at a slow pace so we could take in the ...