Hostellerie Du Pas De L'Ours
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... there with out holding on ...don't need a wet **** this early in the day ...I hang on to some really ****** railing and venture out ....now that's cold ..the wind is howling out here ...insane ....sooooo cold my hands go numb ...far out ...back in ...clear the way !! Ok so now it's time to venture out to the Aletsch Glazier for some snow fun ....I trudge through the snow which I Julie have never done ...there's an art to it ...
... in case of attack. They also have a crapload of airfields, but they're all hidden in grass covered bunkers like Hobbit homes and the runways appear are blended in to roadways when looked at from above. We've driven past a few, and if they weren't pointed out you wouldn't know what they were. Very clever. Their tunnels (and there are an insane number of those too to get through the mountains) are all rigged with explosives in case of attack ...
... recognised me quickly) before I spoke to Anneliese (who also remembered me immediately after hearing the accent!). The rest of the night turned into quite a blur, with Appenzeller (a swiss alcohol) for me and red wine for Em being paired with some great discussions with the old bosses and some of the old staff. Later than we had originally planned, we both stumbled (me definitely more obviously) back to the amazing room to get a bit of sleep before we had to (very unfortunately) leave in the ...
... noise of the water roaring past at just meters at times was almost deafening. Pictures cannot convey the powerlessness you feel when standing next to these falls. They almost took my breath away at times. I have included a couple of video attachments to give you an idea. It only took us an hour or so to see all the falls and then descend down on the cable lift. My jeans were soaked from the hem to the knee and I was slowly chilling. There was no cafe nearby for a hot chocolate, just ...
Feeling mostly restored, we were ready for day two of hiking. Some people talking on the balcony woke us up in the middle of the night, which was a little frustrating. Dmitriy felt a little worse for the wear, but he rallied on. Today's hiking would be longer, but less strenuous. We would be hiking more along the ridge then up and down. We started off by taking the train to Lauterbrunnen again. From there we took a gondola up to Grutschalp. We ...