Hostellerie am Schwarzsee
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- Swimming pool
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... winding once we crossed the border and passed through Bern the capital. It was starting to get dark as we drove through small villages in the valleys surrounded by cliffs. We pulled up into Lauterbrunnen and into the local campground. We fortunately were staying in cabins which is a warmer than tents. It was zero degrees when we got out of the bus and we soon found ourselves bit frozen in the snow, but still took a moment to ...
... and stalactites ... but wait ... Over the next 30 mins or so, you are subjected to some amazing visual artwork and sculptures, which would not be out of place in the best art galleries across the World ... although these are natural, and made of ice. Masses of ice sit glistening in the light ... one a massive 30m high; others (50, 60, 70 x 30cm long), which looks like a prison made to house Superman or General Zod! Ice hangs from the ceiling, covers the walls and floors and in ...
... for our backpacks, to keep everything dry. Before we knew it, we had tickets in hand for the cable car ride back down to Stechelberg.
Our first activity of the day, and one that I was really looking forward to, was going to Trümmelbach Falls. They are a series of waterfalls of glacial runoff from Jungfrau. The best part is, they are inside the mountain! So you buy your ticket, take the lift up into the mountain, and hike up the stairs looking at ...
... little expedition was about an hour after my arrival, so I went up to my room, dropped my stuff and an hour later I was on my way to the top of a mountain to go paragliding! Yes, you read that correctly, I went paragliding! It was absolutely amazing! I was really nervous at first but I sucked it up and am really glad. It actually wasn't scary at all, apart from taking off because you have to run down this really steep hill, but once we were airborne I was just in shock at ...
... restaurant to take advantage of the panoramic 360 degree views. I've been there before (and remember it, vaguely) but it was amazing to see again. The whole trip there is beautiful too. You take a cable car up from Lauterbrunnen to some random place, and then a train from there to Murren, and then another two cable cars from there to Schilthorn. We had hot chocolate at the restaurant at the top, which is something we've done there before. It's pretty good, and is ...