Hotel Des Alpes
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... we decided to aim for Ernem 25km away. The route after Furkapass was gravel and heavily undulating. Some of the undulations being so steep we had to get up and stand on the pedals to get up the hill! That's a first for this trip. Standing up and pedalling is difficult on a loaded touring bike - it's very hard to balance (and also quite exhausting)! But we did make it. The route took us along side the Rhone for a bit, then up high, then back to ...
... recently graduated from Pitt and were on the last days of their euro trip. Three were business majors and one is going to med school. They have been to about 10 cities and spent 5 weeks here. Others were a group from Ohio. Not sure of their majors but one is going to med school in the fall as well. Also from our hostel was a couple from Atlanta that went to UGA. I got along pretty well with them we talked about Atlanta the whole time. Both will be starting full time ...
... a lot brighter. The last stretch down to the station now. Josh made himself a giant snowball, lachy was still sucking on his giant icicle from the lake. We walked off the track up a hill to then be greeted by another view down into the valley. Huge snowballs rolled down hills, snow angels were made by all 3 and we walked the last stretch. We had a little look in a shop and waited for our train. The snow had started to melt here and when we travelled ...
... The pilot, Lucas, who was from Bern, was doing this as his summer job - jealous! He took photos and a few videos as you couldn't take a camera with you - wouldn't want to drop mine from up there to be honest :P the take off was ropey, the wind dropped just as we were running off the side of the mountain. Lucas apologised and said that this did t usually happen, to which I said - I bet that's what you tell all the girls ...
... of 2 restaurants and one pub) were closed. In Lauterbrunnen, many things are closed on Sunday and if they are open on Sundays they close at 5pm. We wanted to have some wine this evening, so we asked our server if we could buy a bottle of the Reisling to go. He sold it to us for half price.
We returned to our hotel and drank our complimentary coffee and tea to warm up. Then, we hung out in the lounge and played chess while we drank our ...