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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 8230;not in your mouth”
“BUT IT’S BLEU MAMA!”
“NOT like THAT Avaia.” Instructed Talia “Phrow (she is missing her two front teeth) the dice like this!”
“IN MY MOUTH WITH THE ROUGE/RÖTTI MAMA!!! Aaaaaawwwwwgggggghhhh!”
“Oh my gosh Tony..! She’s choking! Get those out!”
“I FINE MAMA! LOOK GAL/JAUNE!”
... they show the most wonderful swirls of erosion and then there are the entrances to 2 secret chambers constructed for WW2 but never used. Outside one of them is a beautiful carving of the Swiss eagle emblem – all this was done on the opposite side to the walkway, meaning that the constructors & carvers had to work suspended from platforms.
The walk through the gorge took us about 40 mins but many ...
... eat, snow to fall in, snowballs to make and throw and eat. The kids were having a ball and Josh exclaimed many times, " I think snow was God’s best Creation". Lachy said this was the best day ever.
We walked down to a lake (man made we think) where we had a fantastic view of the north face of the Eiger. There were chairs and tables here, covered in snow, so we stopped for lunch by the lake. The clouds were clearing more and so it ...
... Ost station to get tickets to go to the Top of Europe, the highest railway station in Europe which would take us to Mount Jungfrau.
Hans then briefly gave me a tour of the most prestigious hotel in Interlaken, the Grand Victoria and soon after we watch paragliders landing in an open space in Interlaken. Interlaken seems to be paragliders paradise. Kids were tired and needed Icecream. We ...
... meant the temp had fallen and looking at the gauge it was a freezing 3 Celsius and time to get inside to the warmth of the hotel.
While sitting in the restaurant I was looking at a map of the local area and what it has to offer. One thing that caught my eye was the railway that runs to the wonderful town of Grindelwald and on upwards to the top of the mountain at 3454m, commonly known as "The Top of Europe". All going well I think I know what I’m doing ...