Aspen Alpin Lifestyle Hotel Grindelwald
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... inspiring. We all gasped at the beauty (or possibly gasping to get our breath back).
After admiring the view, chatting with the other Aussies up there, and taking silly selfies we carefully walked back down and became totally obsessed with playing in the amongst the alpine flowers. OK, maybe it was just me who became obsessed with them... but they're so pretty! I loves them.
Next we rode a cable car down to the hilltop village of Wengen in ...
... be good to see them again. They worked so hard at ensuring I enjoyed myself during my stay in Talloires.
On Monday I again tested the ski slopes on the mountain immediately behind my Grindelwald hotel and just a 100 metre walk to the gondola away. But, despite being groomed they are much too icy with bare earth popping through everywhere and therefore too risky in my opinion. Not enough snow to form a solid base the locals tell me. All is not lost however, ...
... Following a couple hours of walking, we enjoyed a night of typical Swiss food - cheese fondue and as well, Erenna and I shared rosti. The meal was great - as was the experience of eating Swiss food in the Swiss alps. We all left the restaurant extremely full.
Yesterday we spent time along Lake Thun. It's a pretty big lake and on a sunny day offers spectacular views. The weather didn't cooperate, but we still managed to ...
It took a whole day for me to recover from our jaunt up the Jungfraujoch; Mark is obviously in better condition for his age than I am! We would only have walked for 5-6 hours and yet, everything was hurting...my left foot, my right knee and funnily enough, my butt. Not that you'd want to know, but I have found muscles in my butt that I never knew I had. Two nights and a day later though and I felt good as ...
... less strenous "wanderweg" (walking path). It seemed to go straight up; there was very little zig-zagging. As I am the one that descends from Swiss mountain stock, I thought that I would excel at this, but Mark was leading and I don't know if it is because his legs are longer, but he definitely out walks me when it gets steep. Because I didn't want to hold up proceedings, I just stomped up behind him and I don't think either of us could quite believe it when ...