Hotel Alpine Lodge Gstaad - Saanen
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... friendly café at the top lift station.
Bad weather is forecast mid-afternoon so I decide to chance it. With the wind chill factor it is probably no more than 0c and I'm in shorts, but the initial climb from the station up to the first crest has me feeling warm pretty quickly. Anyway, I soon forgot any discomfort because the scenery is just wonderful, and the rain has stopped. The ascent from Rinderberg put ...
... had fall over several times already that day and they had been great to watch. This fall however cleaning broke his right collar bone. We then skied to the Arven chair and back to Kliene Sheidegg. From there we went to the first aid and they told jj to go to Wengen doctors. Mum and Dad went on the train with him but i was allowed to ski down alone. The run I was allowed to do solo was the Lauberhorn. When i ...
... tourists, many who look like they are about to keel over ... one too many sausage and cigarette we think. Oh ... think my first aid licence has run out. Oh well! Note: the thing with campers, is when you have one, there is soon two, and very soon three and four. That's what happened by the lake, and probably what caught the attention of the local enforcement! After a short wait outside the Ice Cave, we accessed a long rock corridor, past some relatively poor examples ...
... got ready for my afternoon lesson with Richard. The start of the lesson went very well and we took the muttleren .chair up and started to ski down to Murren. On a flat section I caught an edge and was flung forward, I landed on my head and left shoulders and slid a few meters. Having dropped some more blood on the slope I proceeded back up to the top with a headache ...
... tickets. “There are many private trains in Switzerland” she notified us curtly. Our first train took us to nearby Lauterbrunen where a gondola was waiting for us to take us up the mountain. Of course we didn't know that you had to take a gondola up beforehand. Mom is not the biggest fan of heights, and usually avoids cable-cars like the plague. However, with little choice in the matter, mom faced her fear and took the gondola up. Which brings me to ...