Hotel Alpina & Savoy
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... a small metal grate (the diving board) and jumped off the mountain. CRAZY. Ken got some amazing pictures and since we didn't hear of any casualties, we assume they made it down safely. As we were going back to get the laundry, 4 more guys went down the path to jump, so it is obviously a popular activity!
After finishing our laundry, we decided to try the Eiger Guesthouse for dinner. It is more casual and specializes in pizza and ...
... br> 9/13
SIGHTSEEING OTHER SIDE OF THE VALLEY
Perfect sunny day; can see all the mountaintops. Wouldn't you know Lois' cold has drained her energy; no long walks today.
WENGEN: very touristy (train from Lauterbrunnen to Wengen)
... to go out there… how many people can say the first time they went to the snow was at the Swiss Alps? It was very bright and cold, so we didn't stay there for too long, however we couldn't leave without me first making some snowballs and taking a jumping photo though.
After a two hour return journey back to Lauterbrunnen, we took a walk through the village. There was still two and a half hours before dinner, so I spent some time at ...
... as he headed down but JJ wanted to go on the bungee jumps in Wengen. At the end of this JJ and I had used every chair lift, T-bar and rope tow in the Kleine Scheidegg area.
Best bit of the day. For JJ he liked all the skiing, Sam liked the hut and I enjoyed cutting fresh tracks in the morning.
A great days skiing covering many miles. In fact JJ and I have covered 207km this holiday and a vertical distance of 33.4 km.
The video shows my run, then Sam then ...
... the valley floor at Hotel Staubbach, and we are glad we did. I had read about the hotel in trusty old Rick Steve's and when we looked at the website, we were sold. The hotel was built in 1890 in the Victorian Style and had magnificant views of the Staubbach Waterfall. The owners are an American from California and a Swiss woman who met while attending an international college in Spain. The hotel had free breakfast and ...