Chalet Stella Alpina Hotel
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and cheese adorned the table. I'm pretty sure Talia's gaze had all but cast over this and landed squarely on the piece of chocolate that was being melted onto one of the small crepes on the machine.
"First something semi healthy in you!" I warned her.
Where some people have an appliance garage in their kitchen, I am a study in opposites stating on the one hand that I hate too much clutter ...
... Our first stop was the Sphinx Terrace which is part of the research station, highest in the world at 3571m! We walked outside on the terrace where we could see as far as the Vosges in France and the Black Forest in Germany. Unfortunately we couldn’t figure out which was west or east. There were numerous amounts of ravens which were very tame and flew the wind currents so we just had to watch out for unwanted gifts. We followed a long corridor down to ...
... the "Bombshelter", the campgrounds onsite bar. We had seen pictures of Facebook from our mate Micah (Joel's brother), which looked extremely similar to where we were staying. Seeing as it was a Saturday night we though if he was here, we would definitely find him at the bar. As soon as we crossed the bridge to the Bombshelter, there he was, small world! Micah works for Contiki, so he took us down to the bar and introduced us to all his friends and the ...
Today was our trip to the Top of Europe. Jungfrau Mountain. First is a 2 hour train ride through beautiful countryside. The views from the train of the Alps was amazing. Once at the top there was so much to explore. We started off by playing in the snow. Yay! It was so nice and sunny I was really surprised that I wasn't so cold. Then we starts the tour around the mountain. We looked out over the valley from many lookouts. We walked through then ice palace. Then ...