Chalet Stella Alpina Hotel
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was a solitary blackbird sitting on a wire out in those conditions and it made you wonder how it survived out there.
We also walked around ice sculptures, survived the highest lindt chocolate shop in the world, read about how they built the railway in the early 1900's and wondered why 90% of the other visitors there were from either India or Asia, but when you ...
... to the challenge of scaling these lofty peaks. In fact, a popular Grindelwald passtime was to sit on a sunny terrace, sip some tea or a stronger drink and watch through binoculars or a telescope as climbers flirted with oblivion on the treacherous north face of the Eiger, which towers over the town.
The four of us are now much better friends due to Jon's minor (the distaff side of our group would say "major) oversight in ...
Being back home in Lungern, we revealed in the absolutely amazing weather that we were greeted with.
Some days I can enjoy it just by sitting back and taking it all in. Today was such a day. I loved the heat on my back, the sun on my face, the cool water over my body as I dove into the lake for my morning swim, the laughter of the kids as they raced around with their new found toys, Tony's happiness at finding water craft toys of his ...
... the Eiger to the Junfraujoch, the "Top of Europe". The train stops twice for quick view stops out openings down the North Face of the Eiger (remember Clint hanging precariously from the end of his rope in the "Eiger Sanction"? We were there!). The train emerges from its tunnel at the 11,400' Jungfraujoch, where mountain climbers begin their ice and high peak climbs and sightseers in street shoes attempt to stay upright on the ice and snow at the top of ...
... made our way down the river by rappelling, sliding down chutes and jumping into pools along with some walking through the river and over rocks. It was great fun. We got a little water logged, in our noses, ears, lungs. But it was fun. A little more Swiss adventure before we head back to the city.
Had dinner and chocolate fondue in Interlaken, then packed and to bed exhausted again. Fun day!
Tomorrow we say goodbye to Switzerland. But we will be ...