Hostellerie am Schwarzsee
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- Tennis Court
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
- Heated pool
- Swimming pool
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... it was probably time to head back down for dinner (it was a fair while in reality, but seemed quite quick). We arrived to find the table I'd requested had been set, and Maria and Joseph had found some love hearts and spread them over the table with a red candle for us too! Such a lovely touch to start the meal! We sat down and confirmed our dinner choice - fondue chinois! Something that I originally remember from Murren, but also remember from my time in China! It's actually a ...
... in the last week or so; every morning is just as stunning as the last and feels a world away from my city of Bristol. The more you study the landscape the more you can see why Tolkien was so inspired here. It feels otherworldly. The other morning the clouds were so low down in the valley it felt as if, on tip-toes at least, you could reach out and grab them, while last week one of the peaks was topped by what looked like a halo. I ...
... is not "exactly" correct. According to our precise GPS time, the trains are frequently four to seven seconds late... We get off the train again at Wengen, a beautiful little village perched improbably on an alp well above the valley floor and browse our way through a patisserie. We are like kids in the proverbial candy shop. A couple thousand calories later, we catch another train to the valley floor (they run every half hour, give or take a couple of seconds, and ...
In Switzerland now and it's so beautiful but it's also snowing and I'm freezing. Didn't pack anything suitable for snow :( so I didn't go up to Mt Fungfrau on the train.... Oh well! Instead I decided to go see The Trummelbach waterfall that is located within the mountain and walk around the town. It's a very picturesque place. ...
The day dawned perfectly clear - and I mean, not one cloud in the sky. The temperature was set to be in the 30's and as there are no decent riding roads around here, I decided to go up a mountain by alternative means.
The first stage is a cable car from Lauterbrunnen. Then a train along the top of the ridge to Murren. Everything above Lauterbrunnen is a traffic free zone but the locals have delivery Apes and scooters to buzz around on so I think it ...