Hostellerie am Schwarzsee
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- Heated pool
- Swimming pool
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... three mountains. As the clouds cleared the paragliders came out in force. The weather was ideal and the take off site was inspected. So we had this "will I? won't I?" conversation again. For goodness sake just go. So he did. And loved every minute of it. I, meanwhile was determined that the camera was going to work properly this time, had to lookout for a Rastafarian coloured glider. I even put a new battery in. They got ...
... Hit the Swiss border and paid our road tax €40!!!! At least that means there's no tolls here, drove through Basel and it's multitudes of tunnels, as Andy pointed out as I moaned about another 1, it would take a lot longer to go up n over!!! point taken. Stopped for lunch and Andy took over driving and it was my turn to gasp as the snow topped mountains rose before us ...
... shoes. Very cool! We made it to Wengenalp before the cold got to us, and we realised that we weren't really dressed to go any higher, so we jumped on the train back down into Interlaken. There was still no sign of Elle back at the hostel, but the skies were clearing, so I decided to go paragliding that afternoon! Danny and Nat were in too. We were trying to book it at the reception desk when Elle turned up. She was keen as well, but then much to my disappointment ...
... them across the field or valley.
Once I got to Gimmelwald I knew I did not want to go to the resort at Murren, this was incredible. I took a bunch of photos and just marvelled at it all. This place was perched so high up and some of the slopes were steep with breathtaking views all around. Thankfully there were only a couple of places tourists could stay here so it was certainly not crowded at all.
The air was amazing ...
... lunch overlooking the valley. Since the weather looked a bit better, we then walked to Gimmelwald, and took a thrilling gondola ride back down to the valley at Stechelberg. A bus then carried us back to Lauterbrunnen and the train carried us back up the mountain to Wengen. Whew! Tuesday, however, we decided to truly test our tenacity by climbing up from Wengen, with the ultimate goal of reaching The Top of Europe. But that is a tale for a different ...