Hotel Chalet Swiss
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... the window and watch it grow. Sitting by the river, I would put my foot into the water and let the ice cold water runs through my toes.
I would bring my brother up to point of the mountain where we can still see snow, and I am going to make a snowman and have a snowball fight with him.
On another day, I would bring him to visit the ICRC headquarter, hoping to start his interest in a philanthropic career. Then, we will visit the headquarters of ...
... the valley to the hostel. Upon our arrival we walked in to the hostel and to our surprise Ed and Matt were there in our hostel room! They were staying the night at the hostel with us before their departure the following day to Holland. The boys had bought a pizza that we all shared and we drank a few quiet beers and played guitar and sang the night away like we always do.
The following morning we walked the boys to the station and said our final goodbyes to the ...
We did the Jungfraujoch as planned and what a spectacular day it has been. Alarm was set for 6.30 and we caught the 7.45 bus into Interlaken, walked along to the tourist info bureau to buy our tickets as they opened, followed by a stroll along to the station in order to catch the 8.35 train bound for the top. It takes over two and a half hours in total with a couple of train changes along the way to reach the ...
Friday 7 June
Perfect day for a trip on the Jungfraujoch, following weeks of rain, first completely clear, sunny, still day – absolutely perfect for going up to the "top of Europe" : Jungfrau, as well as Eiger, Monch and many other mountain peaks. The train trip up the mountain took around two and a half hours and involved changing trains several times, culminating in the highest section of cog train going into the mountain ...
... a pretty awesome view, particularly as there were very few clouds, so we could see for miles. And it was surprisingly warm up there too. We walked around the terrace taking lots of pictures that won’t come out very well, and then down onto one of the peaks. John went out farther than I did because I was afraid of slipping. We really lucked out getting to go up there on such a beautiful morning.
Rode the cable car back down to Muerren (I stood at the front of ...