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... site shop, on special order at CHF 10.40 (sounds OK until you realise it’s SEVEN QUID. Yes, Gnomes need deep pockets!) However this expense was offset by Margaret’s generous donation of loose change from her time at the Chateau D’Ouchy, Lausanne, thanks (which probably paid for 1 slice!) We probably have enough cheap Italian butter and milk to see us through plus our other stocks in case of joint heart attacks after any supermarket visits. We will need to check out ...
... skiing trip.
After lunch Ruth and I skied down to the Honegg lift and took the Honegg run three times, picking different runs to try before heading back to the Arven chair and the restaurant.
Then Alex and I also skied to the Honegg lift for a run before heading up the Eigernordwand chair and round the loop we had done previously.
Ruth took JJ to the train to head down to Wengen and then met Alex and I at the bottom of the Lauberhorn chair. It was then up the chair lift, ...
As a member of Guiding I was very privileged to be allowed to stay at Our Chalet, Girl Guding's beautiful alpine World Center and join an international group of girls for a Swiss Adventure week. The Chalet was beautiful, with warm wooden bedrooms and dorms of numerous occupancy. The center recruits a team of volunteers to work as chalet girls each season so they prepared meals, took us out on excursions ...
Today we took the most amazing adventure to the highest point in Europe.Jungfraujoch glacier on the Swiss Alps, Visiting the Jungfraujoch's eternal ice and snow is a once in a lifetime experience for Dawn and I. Riding the narrow cog railway to 11,300 ft (3,454 m) is a must. On the journey you pass by the foot of the notorious Eiger North Wall, through tunnels, past polar dog kennels, finally arriving at the heart of the ...
... By 1905 they had built two more stations in the mountain, but work had to stop due to financial difficulties. In 1907 construction began once again with the break through at the top in 1912. The train stopped at two stations with glassed-in viewpoint on the way up so Anoop charged off for pictures while I sat with the bags etc. We thought that I could get off on the way back down, but the train didn't stop on the way down! At least I could see out from the train ...