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... 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 ...
... were walking by 8.30. Lauterbrunnen sits in a very steep sided valley at 796m, a bit lower than Grindelwald on the other side. Waterfalls drop over the almost vertical sides of rock slab. At the top of the cliff, on a gently sloping plateau sits Wengen. We reached Wengen in just under an hour, having climbed up through pine forest for most of the way on a fairly steep, but consistent zig zag path. In Wengen, we had a lovely cup of coffee at a chalet cafe. I ...
... majestic, cold, silent and merciless peaks. In front of us, the Aletsch Glacier stretched out. At 22km long and covering over 80 sq km this is the largest glacier in the Alps. On our right, the rear of the Jungfrau (the opposite side to the one you see from Kleine Scheidegg). Walking around the platform, the Monch is so close you could touch it. We could see all the way into France and we could see the Black Forest in Germany. The sky was a deep blue with not a ...
We woke and it was snowing! We knew it was cold but we didn't expect the snow. The snow stopped but then it began to rain, causing much of the new snow in the lower areas to melt. We drove down to the village of Grindelwald to explore the village and see what shops were open on a Sunday. We found a Japanese tourist office where they also spoke English so we were given a hiking map and he explained ...