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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... ventured onto a glacier but again prevailing conditions did not make the experience very pleasant. Returned to the safety of the terminal building and ventured into the Ice Grotto Cave tunnelled under a glacier - 150 metres long and 20 metres under a glacier - very cold and slippery with a nice blue colour in the ice - excellent experience, similar to Jungfrau glacier tunnel. We waited a while for the weather to lift but staff ...
... little grubby on the gutters as would be expected but the snow that was still on the trees, plants and buildings just made it so beautiful. No matter where you turned it was stunning. So all of my photos from yesterday are scenery. We walked along the oldest wooden bridge in Europe. I can't remember how old it is but it yet again was stunning. I am actually running out of descriptive words so I will be repeating them all! But everything so far has been breath taking, gorgeous, ...
... myself heading down through forests and rock cuttings with loads of
waterfalls etc and after an extremely muddy walk I arrived into Lauterbrunnen.
Here I bought myself a coffee and once again decided to walk back up the same
I knew it was going to be a tough walk back up that mountain but certainly
never expected it to be as tough as it turned out to be.
As I make my way up through the forest I find myself puffing just like a
... and drinks left on the tables. Finally! And it was good! The cloud-break lasted around 10 minutes before it closed up again and we were left in a "Lord of the Rings" like haze. Alas, we made our way to the aerial cableway that would take us down the other side of the mountain. The trip begain with a large cable car with 50 or so bodies crammed in, standing room only. We went down around 3,000 feet to the next level which hosted a rope course ...
... of the original church and the tomb of a saint; and finally, after a stroll up the river I climbed the hill to the Technical University and admired the great view over the city until sunset. When I got back to Jonen I had a few minutes to get ready before we all set out for a meal with the parents of Luca’s girlfriend and Cecille’s boyfriend, and their kids. Driving to the foot of a nearby hill we walked and caught a train to its summit, where ...