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... I'm again experiencing the table allocation system which is also very European. The longer their stay, guests are moved closer to the windows with their panoramic views . It really makes me laugh to see how important this is to some of the very serious other guests. After two nights I've advanced to the second row, but I'm scared by dining with John and Helen tonight I'll be demoted back to an outer row. I wish Cate were here, apart from the fact she'd love ...
... the city of Thun and walked around. It was still raining in Thun and we didn't spend so much time there, but it seems like a pretty city (they all are in this area) and there are some old castles. We then took a bus back to Interlaken and hoped for better weather on our final day in the alps tomorrow.
The weather didn't start out great today, but it ended up coming through for us. We booked an excursion to go hang gliding. ...
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From Wengen, Lauterbrunnen looks a long way below at the bottom of the rocky cliffs and you can look directly across at Murren which ...
... sight. From the viewing platform, we walked through a tunnel out to the snow below and then Mark walked and I struggled across the snow to the Monchjoch hut, a hut at the foot of the Monch. I don't know if it was the thin air or if I was just knackered at this point but it took me a lot longer than the suggested 45 mins to walk this stretch. Finally we sat in the sun at the top of the hut steps looking directly at the long snowy ridge of the Monch and thinking ...
... and lifts were currently opened. We discovered that residing here as tourists, meant we were entitled to catch the bus around Grindelwald for free while taking the car meant we had to pay for parking. Not many shops were opened but we did find one that sold beanies. Mine had got caught in a zip and now has a big hole in it, so a new one was needed. We found a nice one with the Swiss flag emblazoned on ...