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As it is rainy and cloudy today, we spent most of the day at the hotel, we did some much needed washing, (also Kaian is a bit sick so it was good to have a rest). Hopefully the weather is better tomorrow and then we can go up to the Jungfrau and to the ice palace! Here are a few photos I took yesterday when we arrived. Oh yeah, we had a lovely meal …
... of international teams; as are the ski slopes where they are out practising. The Norwegians are staying here in my hotel and the French are in the hotel just across the lane from me. 50,000 spectators are expected on the mountains and it will be covered on live TV internationally. I was rather proud of myself the other day as I skied down the rather steep ...
... have a different phone number over here +41 0794 377 597. It is both cheaper and different from the one I may have told you I was going to use.
Today I had a very challenging hike planned, but missed the train that gave me the connections I needed so had to settle for one I knew nothing about.
This hike is across the Lutschinen Valley from yesterday's. So a train ride from Wengen to ...
... with poor visibility at the top of the lift.
We did this chair twice before trying to get down to the Wixi chair. The wind and a couple of closed runs made us change our plans and we headed back to the bottom of the Arven chair before grabbing a drink at the restaurant.
Then it was the 'last run of the day' otherwise known as finding the way to Wengen without doing too much work.
The Wixi chair was closed due to the wind so we headed up ...
... There was ice and frost everywhere.
After this stop the whole bus had to get on the microphone and give introductions of themselves. Names, what we do, favourite holiday destination etc. this is when I realised I'm probably the oldest on the bus. Even the tour guide is only 25. She knows Emma's boss's daughter. It's a small world.
We came across snow just before Switzerland. I could see white fields in the distance and couldn't believe it was snow. I didn't ...