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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 …
... am by 3.00 pm back in Wengen in the Swiss Alps. But this time much of the place is covered in snow, not as much snow as the local businesses would like, but enough to camouflage all the familiar scenery from my previous summer visits. I've been looking forward for some time to seeing the Jungfrau region in winter, I've had this storybook image in my mind of how Swiss villages must look. But maybe partly because they are yet to have any ...
... blog software offers to print a book of the blog should I wish. This could be a good hard copy record of my trip.
Sit on hotel's balcony for a sandwich lunch and glass of wine. So relaxing, although fighting to hold off sadness about my Cate. I keep thinking of our time together exactly one year ago in Burgundy, France to celebrate my sister Helen's 60th birthday. Cate wasn't 100%, but Cate being Cate, that didn't ...
... 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 ...
... We sat around for an hour or so prior watching the others go up high into the blue sky in the tiny white plane, then heard the parachutes open above us and all of them land safely on the mowed patch of lawn in front of us.
I was the first to be called by my pilot in our group and led across the field to the plane. The pilot made small talk, none of which I remember now, and bent down on his knee for me to use as a step into the plane. The plane was bare ...