Hotel Glacier du Rhone
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We walked into town and bought tickets to MURREN. We thought we would wait until we got there before buying tickets to Shilthorn. There was a good view of the valley and the upper meadows, WENGEN etc from the cable car and the cog railway that goes along the ridge. The Japanese tourists let out an exclamation when the sun shone on the mountain peaks. We walked into MURREN and onto the cable car lift to Shiltern. We caught ...
... an unbelievable feeling to be flying. One minute I'm running and them all the sudden I'm in the air, so cool! We flew over the lake and trees and did dips and dives, similar feeling to being on a roller coaster. So happy I did it!
Now that I am home I was able to add more pictures from Hang Gliding. I attempted to add videos from my view of flying but I spent the last 2 days uploading the videos only to have them fail, of course! I did not choose this poses ...
We woke up and had breakfast at 8am - Swiss bread with jam/nutella etc and coffee. We then helped feed and move the animals. We left at around 9.30am and headed south, first of all through nearby Nunningen, then bypass Berne and passing along the side of Lakes Thun and Brienz before winding our way up the passes to Totensee at the top of Grimselpass. We had picnic lunch at the top (2500m) where there were some marmots. There were also little patches of snow ...
I woke up in Lauterbrunnen Switzerland to the sound of a tuba player practicing his tuba. I think I actually said out load, "A tuba? You're kidding right?" It turns out a Triathlon was coming through Lauterbrunnen and the town arranged for a marching band to signify the event.
Had breakfast. Packed up. Bought some Swiss souvenirs for Katie.
Rather than get back on the autobahn, we take the winding scenic road up the mountain on our way to Italy. We ...
... this place had separate
shower and toilet facilities, but they were separated into male and
female. The showers were located close to the bar. There was not much
space inside each cubicle. After a shower I went to the bar for a
bit, then joined some of the room parties going on. Overall it was an
early night as there was lots of things planned for the next day, so
most people were taking it easy and just sitting in the halls