Jugendstilhotel Hotel Paxmontana
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Banquet room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Concierge desk
- Breakfast Available
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... tour guide Laura, who has been to Lauterbrunnen more times than she can count, said that she had never seen the place so utterly beautiful or the snow so soft, and she was out taking as many photographs as the rest of us. It sounds like we were very, VERY lucky. Another TopDeck tour had left that morning so would have woken up to all that beautiful snow and had to drive away from it without getting to experience it properly which would have SUCKED. The snow was so beautiful, it was ...
... the whole while! …..Tony and I can't wait to take Talia and Avaia! Wheeeee!"
and finally, the downhill craze has now taken over hiking.
Down Hill Hiking is a GREAT idea! Take a gondola from here to there. Hike DOWN, catch the gondola at the midway station and head home for dinner. BRILLIANT! No asiago dip required. (…you can't buy it here anyway....I checked…).
Alice and Patrick, our hosts, have ...
... strong coffee and their award winning Black Forest Cherry cake. 9:30 in the morning was a tad too early for Pete and I to enjoy the cake, but if anyone is interested the recipe can be found here: http://www.schwarzwald-tage.de/recipe/p age.html Today was also Corpus Christie Day. The Feast of Corpus Christi (Latin for Body of Christ), is a ritual celebrating the tradition and belief in the body and blood of Jesus Christ and his Real Presence in ...
... 2 at that time. So not even thinking Jessica and I convince Luanne that we shouldn't split up; not even thinking about Ben. As we're walking away, we realize how dumb we were because we could've sent one or even two people with and split the money! So when Ben sat down with us again, he was shocked. He kept saying, "Someone literally just offered to pay for your flight and more, and you turned it down so you wouldn't be separated. What???" We weren't feeling to good ...
... we take a train down to a funicular into Lauterbrunnen BLM. If you need to leave from there you have to walk across the street to Lauterbrunnen train station, where all points are accessible. Today we ventured into Lauterbrunnen and walked to see the town. On the edge of town there is a waterfall called, Staubbach. We decided not to venture up to see this waterfall as the rain went from a drizzle to fat drops. We decided that a cup of coffee and pastry ...