Grichting & Badnerhof Swiss Q Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the was not. Instead it was a little town and undeterred we found a cute little place to sit and ate some more Nutella for breakfast and the Doritos and salsa. We then searched the shops and found a cute little cuckoo clock for Adrian's Nono and another MAGNET!! We also looked for a watch because I always wanted to get him a Swiss watch from Switzerland for his birthday and we found that too! So although we didn't find ...
... my extreme canyoning, I hungout with the Katie and Amy from Oklahoma We decided to make our lunch from the local super market and then go hiking around the lakes. For some reason, the stoves took forever to cook our pasta so it did take just a little while for us to make our lunch. We ate pasta and fruit! By far my cheapest meal in Swiss. Just as we finished our lunch, it started to pour so we sat on the couches and watched tv hoping the sky would clear. ...
... a train up the mountain and then hike up to the top. Dan and Nat came too. We got off the train at Wengen, and stepped into the rain. Awesome. It was also freezing cold. But off we set. We'd been walking for about an hour (nowhere near as fast as I'd have liked) when we noticed that the rain seemed to be falling very slowly, and in big drops... It was snowing! The further up we went, the heavier it got, until it was collecting in the creases of my poncho and ...
... ready to finally get out othe water. This is one of the best experiences in my life hands down. It was so beautiful and terrifying and amazing and magical. Our guide was also sharing some interesting information in the middle of the rapids and let us know that we rafted by the paramount pictures mountain! It was unreal! We were on the water for almost two hours but I would have done it for 5 if we could. We then got to jump off the ...
... to look like, freshly dropped snow banked up and covering everything, trees hanging down under the burden of the snow and telltale small tracks to speak of last night's activity across the countryside. The little streams, a glassy green colour, running quickly beside the tracks and where the water had fallen down across the rocks from above the regular curtain of ice and icicles. Absolutely magical.
The first stop was a little village called Wengen, which has been titled ...