Grand Hotel du Golf & Palace
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Well I was excited and really didn't know what to expect when I eventually got to the top of Jungfrau ... Caught the train at Luaterbrunnen and this train takes you way up the mountain ...change trains. The view up to the top is amazing and the views into the valleys below breathtaking ...I arrive at Jungfrau and with everyone else ...and its vertually a large tunnel under the mountain and you follow the paths around and there ...
... h roadways and a potential speeding fine for our driver Jany (pronounced Yahni)... Jany is Hungarian and was born in Transylvania. We are yet to confirm if he is associated with vampires or sweet transvestites. He's a top bloke and his English is pretty great, with just enough word substitutions and mix ups to give us the giggles when he talks sometimes. He has been with TopDeck only for about six months but loves it- he told us that when ...
... dish done in Swiss style. But Emma had never seen it, so after getting a lovely bottle of wine presented in a definitely impressive way we were awaiting the grand show when we were presented with some smoked salmon and fresh cheese entrees and a little home made capsicum butter for our bread (inc more GF bread for Emma). After a short pause we were then treated to the real show! First the condiments arrived, four different sauces and about eight different types of fruit and vegetables. ...
... didn't reach what they predicted. I would have liked to have seen some snow, but it was only rain for us. The countryside here is so different to what we had seen in France. Here we see lots of lush green fields, chalet houses and tall towering mountains. Looking back now on our photos some of them don't even look real - they look like small villages and scenery made for a model railway. The grass is so green it looks fake, the colours so vibrant - even taken through the windows of ...
... In Mürren, population 450, we rested for a bit on the mountainside with a picnic supper. Then we began a winding descent and within the hour arrived in Gimmelwald, population 130. Most of the residents hold one of three family names. These families banded together to keep development at bay when a resort corporation wanted to buy up the village and create a massive snow resort. They had the area falsely declared an avalanche zone, prohibiting large developments ...