Hotel Alpina & Savoy
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... br> With lunch over I make my way back up the 5 flights of stairs. As if
getting down the stairs was hard enough then getting up was ten times even
harder and by the time I was at the top floor I was simply out of breath.
Along a few tunnels and there is the door to the open ice field. With the
weather being so good today its simply wonderful out here. When I was here in
May we virtually had to hold on for dear life or we would have been blown over
... was the Snow Bar. Much the same as a beer garden except it was on deck chairs out in the snow. My favourite however was the ice palace which was carved out from inside the glacier. Everything inside was made from ice (walls, floors, roof and decorations) I can't explain how amazing it was up here so I have put lots of photos so you can all see for ...
... her to the most awkward way of getting up a hill. From here, we went up the Gummi lift and on to the Honegg chair lift. This required us to use the red 12 run which involves a high speed schuss to avoid a walk so Kat had to get used to speed on this run. We went up the Honegg lift and took the Honegg run before skiing to the bottom of the Arven chair. For a last run before lunch we went down the Arven run to allow Kat to see the improvement she had made through the morning.
... is part of the Jungfrau Camping site about a ten minute walk from the Staubbach Hotel. Joan had the Swiss version of macaroni and cheese that included ham and potatoes along with a nice green salad. Frank had a bratwurst with rosti (much like hash brown potatoes) and a mixed salad. We walked back to our hotel before the evening thundershower hit about 7 p.m. and ...
... enjoying the view. There were lots of backpackers around us who had done the hike from Schynige Platte where we had been the day before and there were lots of day-trippers who had wandered up the same way we had. Everyone was admiring the view and relaxing on the grass or benches. We were also amazed at how many wildflowers were still in bloom – we kept seeing purple patches here and there so I can only imagine what it must be like ...