Helvetia Intergolf - Hotel & Apparthotel
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... was the slightly longer way by taking the cable car up the steep mountain above Lauterbrunnen to the cliff edge railway station at Winteregg and then head by train and cableway to the top.
Most decided to take the bus route but a few of us decided on the longer and more scenic route.
The cable car to Winteregg is an extremely well-engineered setup as it is designed for extremely heavy loads. It and the cliff edge railway up above are the main routes to the cliff town ...
Driving into Switzerland was amazing. It was exactly how I imagined. Steep sloped roofs, brightly coloured window flower boxes and just generally green and pristine. The hostel was definitely in the most beautiful location compared to all the other stops. The lady there even gave Nick and I a free upgrade for the 3 night we were there. Instead of a double room with a shared bathroom we ended up with a cabin with its own bathroom, kitchen and dinning ...
... cabin, almost necked myself on the clothesline that had been strung between the bunk beds, and passed out pretty much the second I miraculously made it up the ladder to the top bunk.
Next morning, woke up thinking I'd slept all of 5 minutes, would have stayed right there in bed if I didn't desperately need to use the bathroom. Pulled on my trackies and stumbled out into what was actually broad daylight, and found half the tour up and ready to ...
... In Mürren, population 450, we rested for a bit on the mountainside with a picnic supper. Then we began a winding descent and within the hour arrived in Gimmelwald, population 130. Most of the residents hold one of three family names. These families banded together to keep development at bay when a resort corporation wanted to buy up the village and create a massive snow resort. They had the area falsely declared an avalanche zone, prohibiting large developments ...
... either really likes 'us' or Lisa was putting on the charm. Lisa calls me back after getting to the camp, and when people realized she was Lisa, Kirk's wife, proper greetings were in order. Swiss are so funny. Lisa met Danny, Carol and Scott, whom I've known since my first summer at this camp back in 2006, and went to her room to catch up on sleep. This is a concept I do not understand. If I miss sleep, it's gone. If I nap, I wake up sweaty and ...