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... was dropping with the cloud we called it a day slightly early and planned to catch the train down from Kleine Scheidegg.
In an effort to even the score I raced the train from the top to Wengen. I left the station at the same time as Ruth and JJ on the train and headed for the Lauberhorn chair. This would be my only 'up' as I now had to drop onto the long and slow blue run into Wengen. I kept some speed onto the run and overtook the train at the ...
... she never told anyone or made sure we were all on the
Its now almost 6pm and its ben yet another long day so I spent the rest of
the day sitting taking in the surrounding scenery from my balcony of my hotel
At 8pm we all went for dinner and between us and hotel staff there was a
massive sense of confusion. Dinner was simply a buffet but according to staff we
ate from the wrong buffet. We as a group were informed to only eat from one
... out how to climb a small steep hill and slide down. It was raining and this limited the snow fun. Back in the top floor of the ski lodge we found a small room with a wrap around sofa. With shoes off there were major jumping contests while Wyatt, better known as Super Grover, flew from one couch to the other. A large bowl of fries, seven packets of ketchup, two hot chocolates, and a ...
... The studio room i have is really cosy, and i am sure i will sleep well here.
Unfortunately the pictures taken from inside the train did not work to well.
Early start today, as i am off to the Top of Europe. Its called the Jungfraujoch Mountain. The train ride will take 2.5 hours and will climb from 1000 metres above sea level to 3,500 metres. The first train takes you to Grindelwald where we change trains and then its up to Kleine Scheidegg. ...
... tourists, many who look like they are about to keel over ... one too many sausage and cigarette we think. Oh ... think my first aid licence has run out. Oh well! Note: the thing with campers, is when you have one, there is soon two, and very soon three and four. That's what happened by the lake, and probably what caught the attention of the local enforcement! After a short wait outside the Ice Cave, we accessed a long rock corridor, past some relatively poor examples ...