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A huge breakfast to ward off the chill, the bacon so nice and the croissants better than in France I think. Off to explore the summit, Mount Titlis. 3020m above sea level. it was a foggy morning and as the first set of lifts rose up into the hills visibility was zero. An eery silent climb which was suddenly disturbed by the ringing of bells. All the cows grazing in the hills wear a bell around there ...
... or to jump in the foot deep snow which lay underneath our feet.
Engelberg is amazing, if not for any other reason than the breathtaking views. Photos will be shown tomorrow.
As we grabbed our room key and headed up to our room (which is like a palace compared to the last couple of nights), we were glad the long day of travel was over and we were more than satisfied at the destination we had arrived at, ...
... the site of the world's first revolving cable car.
The cost per person to go up was 105 euros.
The train was about 1 hour. Engelbrg was very beautiful. There was a short walk from Engelberg station to the base of Titlis where the cable cars began their ascent. Similar to the rest of switzerland, we saw countless Indians. There was a Indian food stall ...
... 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 ...
... what we had found on our holiday so far, we were blown away by our meals. 5 star plate licking good. Off to Zurich. We downloaded a walking tour app for Shelley's iPhone. We hit the railway station and found an information office and booked a historical 2hr tour of the city. We had an 1 hour to kill so opened the app and had a look at what it offered. It asked "landmarks in you current vicinity?" , yes please. "Turn on location?" Ok. Now the little map showed us where ...