Hotel Garni Hostatt
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... climb to the top.
Wow!! What a view with ice and snow everywhere and clouds below us. Two hours on top then back down the same way and onto the coach for the return trip to the hotel.
To the super market for a bottle of wine and a small bottle of scotch to have in the room.
Dinner provided by Trafalgar again, chicken this time.
Off to bed after updating the blog an doff to Paris tomorrow, it's coming to an end all so ...
... We decided to head back down to the lake at Trubsee the station where you switch from the 1st to 2nd cable ways and spend some time there.
Despite Kirst and I not getting to sing "the hills are alive with the sound of music" at the top of Titlis our first day in Switzerland has been great. The quote for the day has to be the young American couple walking past us the guy asking "is that a natural feature" and the girls replying "what the Eifel Tower"
Wow... What an action packed day! It took us three separate Gondola rides to reach the summit of Mount Titlis (3020 metres) which was shrouded in clouds. At the top we walked through a very cool ice cave carved into a glacier. Next we ventured outside onto the top of the glacier where it was a couple of degrees below zero and snowing very lightly. For some people on our tour it was the first time they had seen & touched snow... very exciting. There ...
... and this is just a jaw dropping experience and my little camera is clicking away but not able to grasp the magnitude of this scenery.
We stop the car to take a longer look and when we turn around there in front of us, seemingly close enough to touch was a gigantic mountain half shrouded in cloud with its peak rising above the cloud level as if looking down on us. Never have I felt so small! Another 5 minutes up the mountain and ...
... We drove through the Black Forest to the open-air museum at Gutach. We were given a tour by Steffen Unpronounceablesurname of the farmhouse that is the "star" of the museum and the mill. The farmhouse, or Vogtsbauernhof, was built in the early 17th century and housed the farmer and his family, farmhands (the important ones, anyway), and the livestock. Around the back of the house, there was a sort of driveway that led up to the top floor. ...