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... and a selection of meats (pepperoni with 2 types of ham). Then we had a selection of muesli's with yoghurt, berries, nuts and seeds. There was also a selection of juices (including the option to squeeze our own orange juice), tea and coffee. We were able to start the day with plenty of fuel in the tank. After breakfast we went on a hunt to find a place to hire snow boots. This was the smartest thing we did all day. These boots gripped onto the snow and kept the feet warm ...
... an alien movie or something... It was completely white around, and all we could hear was the faint murmur of the chairlift. We got the photo of us with Stephen and Rechelle on the Ice Flyer. Dean loved the suspension bridge. Rechelle was so scared but did really well, giggling nervously the whole time. We had a snowball fight on the way back, and I made a teeny snowman named Günther. We didn't have twigs, rocks or a carrot, so peanut M&M's had to do for features... ...
... at one of the gondola stops and hiked to a lake to use their rowboats. It was so serene, very fun. Rowing is challenging when you're a girl!! ;) JD split from us and went down the remainder of the hill on an off road scooter. His journey involved a light electrocution as well, just ask him to tell you the story! We did sme souvenir shopping and enjoyed the beautiful views and clean mountain air for as long as we could stay away. Off to Florence ...
... the cake we wanted and bring it back. What a good idea. There were so many beaut choices. Slasher decided on a cassis torte and I had a rhubarb tart. That was lunch! And the sun had come out!
Back in Cesare, we turned on Chantal again to get us to Lauterbrunnen. It was only about a 20 minute drive, but on winding roads. We drove through trees and got glimpses of the huge bare cliffs towering over us. In Lauterbrunnen, we just kept driving until we came to our ...
... my vista.
When I had finally exhausted my photographic subjects and had almost used up the whole SD card with mountain shots, I reluctantly got on the cable car and headed back down to Murren.
I contemplated walking down to Gimmelwald but caught sight of the track and decided against it. I got the (cattle) cablecar instead. Gimmelwald is a much smaller village and consists mostly of actual working farms. There is a great looking Youth ...