Grand Hotel du Golf & Palace
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... hot coffee.
Up here in the Spinks there is a coffee shop but with a queue a mile long I
decided to give it a miss and head for the one in the main building which hangs
over the edge of the cliff.
Still freezing its down in the lift and once again into the tunnels. As if
I was not cold enough already getting to the other building meant walking
through the carved out ice tunnels which again were simply freezing.
It may have been cold down here in the ice ...
... Masseratis and Porche cars filling the few parking places we eventually gave up. It is a lovely place by the lake - even if the temperature was only 5 degrees when we were there.
Unfortunately at this point, Greta appears to have decided that she could find us a few extra passes to explore on the way to Lauterbrunnen, adding 2 hours of driving in the rain and a lot of stress to the trip! We finally arrived in Lauterbrunnen at 6pm in time for ...
... the best of the day; sunshine and fresh powder! The Falloboden run was great so we headed up the Wixi chair and ran back to the restaurant. We collected Alex for a few last runs and headed down the Arven run and took the Honegg chair (now working) for a couple of runs before heading up the Arven chair lift to head down for the day. Alex and I were planning a last run up the Lauberhorn chair and home but we just missed the last lift (it closed in front of us) so ...
... 80; only about 40 on the mountain top this morning). The journey is by Postal bus and four cable cars, each connecting with the next. The views were spectacular. Not only did we see the three major peaks (Eiger, Monch, and Jungfrau), from a different angle than yesterday, but we could even see the Thunsee (Lake Thun) and Interlaken as we looked north. The Schilthorn ...
... passing through clouds as she climbs in altitude. Obtaining a much better understanding of the love God has for all He created. Last stop. End of the line. Crans-Montana, here is Lisa! The funiculaire conductor asked Lisa if someone was picking her up, to which she responded "I think I'm supposed to call someone, do you know where the pay phone is?" He came back with his cell phone. Line busy. At this point Lisa gives me a call from her phone, ...