Alpin Sherpa Hotel
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To get the most out of our day we got going early. It was a marvelous breakfast that our jots had especially risen early for us to prepare and I was feeling a lot better after the night sleep. We could see the tops of the mountains in the morning light so decided that it should be a great day to visit the Top of Europe, Jungfrau. There were to be many changes of trains on the way up but each one went smoothly. At each corner the scenery unfolded in front of us presently ...
... prices! The bar hopping was really just a result of us trying to find a cheaper place each time! Our hopping pretty much came to an end when a round of two beers and two mojito;s totalled a crazy 48 francs - yeah, that's about $64NZD. By this time it was about time for dinner anyway so we made our way round to a place our hotel reception lady had recommended for some traditional Swiss food.
We decided on a delicious antipasto with meats, Swiss cheese and a bottle ...
... fighting chance of making our destination of Meiringen. We descend from the Jochpass to another alpine lake called Engstlesee and Engstlenap which consists of a hotel and a few homes. Our legs are hurting and we have to choose whether to go on or take a bus from here. We decide to continue and start a climb up to Tannenalp. I have a few conflicting route choices. The official Via Alpina goes up to Tannalp and beyond. It looks like it climbs a ridge and then levels ...
... headphones out and was able to block it out. Yay! Thank
you Hal for getting me new headphones..they’re fabulous! I’m not complaining,
I’m thankful to be here...but people are just so interesting... aren’t
Someone on board this flight had a medical issue..they called on the
intercom and asked if there was a doctor on board. Someone got up from the row
ahead of me ...
... this was not fatal however he was mentally and physically crippled so had to withdraw. 3 remained, both Tims, after seeing that the challenge was nearly complete, came to the realization that they were only holding Byron back and with them the mountain would not be conquered so in a valiant effort the took one last scoop and cut their ties to Wolter, they perished for the sake of the challenge. The last man standing, was the original warrior, Byron. All that separated him from ...