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... then came back up to the Schilthorn to meet us. Alex and I skied the same runs as Ruth and I had completed earlier in the day and we all met up on the cable car to the Schilthorn where we were planning lunch.
The Schilthorn is a revolving restaurant which gives ever-changing views of the Alps as you eat your meal. The boys enjoyed their 007 themed pasta dish before we headed down to the observation deck to look at the mountains. JJ went into the ...
... little leprechan"...him!) but we were able to see almost all of the mountains in the Lauterbrennen valley. We went to the top, called the Piz Gloria which had an observation deck, a rotating restaurant and a James Bond exhibit...they filmed the James Bond movie from 1969 in this area...something about Her Majesty's ????, had the James Bond guy that only made one movie in it.
There was about 6 inches of snow on the observation ...
... thought that the mountains in Idaho/Montana are some of the most beautiful mountains anywhere, but we all four agree, these are spectacular, they actually are so beautiful that they can bring a person to tears! Actually, Don, not our Don but the other Don in the group sang "How great thou art" while we were hiking and we all agreed, his presence here is all around!
Guten Nacht, another big hiking day tomorrow!
We love you,
Dar, Mary, Don and Cindy
... no eating out here in Switzerland. Just down the street we saw a sign on one of the few open restaurants that read, "Hamburger and Fries - 18 CHF" (That's about $20!!). We will be budget eating while here. Besides, the same Florida couple comes here every year and they said that compared to Italy and France the food in Switzerland is not anything to write home about.
We have our fingers crossed, so to speak, for an incorrect weather forecast for tomorrow.
... us! Grindelwald is a small town, larger than Lauterbrunnen however, most of the shops were also closed; luckily for us the chocolate shop of Läderach was still open! I definitely suggest the Champagne and Congac batons if you are anywhere in Switzerland.
The limited food choices of Lauterbrunnen saw us back at Hotel Oberland and the mystery of the Australian flag was solved when the owner spoke and revealed himself to be a fellow Sydney ...