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... a miniature village. There were trails and a few other buildings, then just rocky slopes. After passing the descending car midway, we changed cars again at Birg and headed for the summit. All the way, we had views back to the three main peaks on the far side of the valley--the Eiger, the Monck, and the Jungfrau. The higher we got, the more our view opened out to either side. We docked and disembarked on the lowest of 4 levels. Up one flight were the facilities we hadn't had time ...
... the food is fine! Dinner was cheese fondue, pork and veggies (including the most delectable mashed potatoes ever!), and a flan, which is probably called something else here. Wi-fi is available only in the public area, so we are a bit behind in publishing this blog. Our room, very cozy, is in the annex across the road. The comforters are warm and the pillows are huge but squishy; I think they are calling our ...
... most amazing views hiking up, of the alps, of the tiny houses on the fields in the mountains, of glaciers, of grazing goats and cows, of the village where we came from, hundreds of feet below us, of the forests growing on cliffs... It was all very peaceful and quiet, except for the occasional birds, cow bells or waterfalls. I can run and bike without problem, but I have never been so out of breath hiking, for such extended periods of times! ...
... kangaroo.....but also pleased because Mark had never seen one. We spotted three initially scurrying across the rocks having been chased off by another and then as we hung around trying to get a good photo, they seemed to multiply till we could count eight or nine. This was a great consolation prize for not having sunny weather and blue skies, because they are wonderful creatures to just sit down and watch. It was only the thought of a hot chocolate ...
... of us got a sleep in before we headed off to check out the area. We walked about 40 minutes down the road before we turned off to Trummelbackfalle, which were massive glacial waterfalls inside caves. After forking out 10Swiss Franc to get in (tightarses), us fit ones climbed close to 1,000 steps up to the top and the rest got an elevator (laaaaazy!!). The waterfalls were massive! According to a sign, 20,000L of water falls per second. It was icy cold and we ...