Chalet Stella Alpina Hotel
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... reached Wengen we were ready to head back up the Mannlichen cable car. The queues were gone but the cable car was still full as the ski school lessons were just setting off from the village.
Our plan was simple, we were going to ski around to the Kleine Scheidegg train station, looping the mountains for a second time. We skied down from the cable car to the Lager chair and used this chair to allow us to get across to the Gummi lift. From the top of the Gummi ...
... she never told anyone or made sure we were all on the
Its now almost 6pm and its ben yet another long day so I spent the rest of
the day sitting taking in the surrounding scenery from my balcony of my hotel
At 8pm we all went for dinner and between us and hotel staff there was a
massive sense of confusion. Dinner was simply a buffet but according to staff we
ate from the wrong buffet. We as a group were informed to only eat from one
... farms built way, way up high in the
Third (and we had heard rumors of this one), at the top of
many hikes is a hut. And in that hut is a staff who cook and bake for you. So at the top of our hut we sat down at a
picnic table with a view of the mountains, read through the menu and ordered
local hard apple cider, beer, and fresh rhubarb pie with whipped cream!!! Wow. ...
... and sat down for dinner which included chicken soup, roast pork and veges, and a donut of some type as dessert. Everyone was getting more sociable and we played a few rounds of drinking games including 4 kings and 21, both which involved a lot of thinking, confusion and laughter. Majority of us called it at 11.00pm and we headed to bed. Joel and I made a small detour to get photos of the stars which was stunning and vivid.
After spending almost a week in the number one spot I wanted to see in Europe, Cinque Terre, I didn't think it could get much better. Boy oh boy was I wrong!
The long 11 hour bus ride from Nice to Lauterbrunnen was made slightly better by the fact that I had two seats to myself, we stopped for lunch in Italy so I could feast on one more pesto pasta dish and that the guide played a Modern Family marathon.
Of course all the good stuff was on the opposite ...