Chalet Stella Alpina Hotel
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... minute .... Turn the corner and the wind chill factor, turns me back inside ...more layers before you step out there again ...coffee and relax and just take it in ....wow ...ok so loads more to see ...move girl ..the ice castle, with ice sculptures around every bend...pretty cool and tunnels ...I'm in the middle of a glazier ..soft Aqua lines through the solid ice walls. Ok next to venture out onto the plateau ...I'm not ...
Everyone said Switzerland would be beautiful and expensive. Well... they got it half right. Much to our pleasant surprise it was indeed beautiful but also reasonably priced. Granted we were in low season and didn't attempt any skiing or base jumping or paragliding but it was much cheaper than Italy... especially Rome.
We headed straight into the Jungfrau region to rack up some Alps time and stayed at the great (but epically cold due to its ...
... people when children are around anywhere - was a teacher, had travelled to North America to learn English and lived very close to where we were standing and that she had an 8mo old son that she was carrying in her ergo carrier.
As a side note - anyone who was with me during the Outdoor Pursuits days would know about "fire in five". A skill that we had to master in order to pass our "heritage Arts" class. (If you can't quite remember, fire in ...
... roads. As we turned in for the night, we noticed the huge Staubach waterfall was illuminated from bottom to top. The effect, though a bit Disneyland-like, was stunning. DAY 11 We are blessed, once again, with perfect weather for our next alpine adventure. This one is a bit more tame than our Via Ferrata escapade in the Dolomites. Today, we ride a cog railway from the valley floor, through alpine meadows and villages, and through a tunnel blasted 100 years ...
... we were, we were in the sun with virtually no wind. It was actually warmer outside than in some sections of the tour halls.
Leaving the Sphinx Terrace which we returned to later, we wandered through the Ice Palace. Apparently two mountain guides began to hew out an enormous cavern in the ice in 1934. As thousands visit this ice cavern, the tunnels and ice sculptures have to be cooled to minus 3 degrees and ...