Hotel Bella Lui
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... Como. The power sockets in Switzerland are their own type and none of ours would fit so we made do without technology and played cards until midnight drinking wine from the bottle. We played solitaire showdown against each other a game I had picked up from my MSN days. Midnight we pulled the pin and got some sleep for the next day and boy howdy was it a doozie.
We awoke in the morning on this adrenaline filled day and did a bit of pottering around Extremely. Mostly I ...
... out and before too long we turned down the valley toward the Schilthornhutte - I never thought that the ground down here would be so shaley - there was a fine coating of slivers of rock everywhere and it moved almost every time you put a foot down. But the sheep who were up here were still managing a good footing - similar to the cows down below the sheep also have little bells to help the farmers find them! After a good period of time we made it to the hutte and were delighted ...
... What are more impressive than the waterfalls themselves though are the formations they have cut into the rock after thousands of years of deluge. Take a look the pictures of the best ones!
'…The sunbow’s rays still arch
the torrent with the many hues of heaven,
and roll the sheeted silvers’s waving column
o’er the crag’s headlong perpendicular…’ – ...
... the longest glacier in Europe. Inside the building there is a surround cinema, "alpine experience" display, an ice tunnel and high priced souvenir shops to fleece the tourists. But the genuine alpine experience was just outside: incredible views of the surrounding snow covered peaks and deep crevasses within the glacial ice. We took hundreds of photos; sure glad it's just megabytes of memory and not mega costs of film processing. After several hours of walking ...
... the "Bombshelter", the campgrounds onsite bar. We had seen pictures of Facebook from our mate Micah (Joel's brother), which looked extremely similar to where we were staying. Seeing as it was a Saturday night we though if he was here, we would definitely find him at the bar. As soon as we crossed the bridge to the Bombshelter, there he was, small world! Micah works for Contiki, so he took us down to the bar and introduced us to all his friends and the ...