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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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On 9/11 we left Saas-Fee by bus then by train through the Alps to Engelberg, another Swiss resort town. After checking into our hotel we wandered through town and ended up at the Engelberg (angel mountain) Benedictine Abbey just in time for an English tour. The abbey was founded in 1120, destroyed by fire twice and rebuilt the last time in 1729. Consequently the church is in baroque style. Today there are just 20 monks, but they run many ...
... myself on the way up by repeating "trip of a lifetime, trip of a lifetime" over and over again under my breath.
Departed from Lauterbrunnen train station (2,608 ft) for Jungfraujoch station (11,332 ft). Felt like doing some scenic hiking, debarked train at Wengernalp (6,148), walked up snow covered (but groomed) trail up to next station, Kleine Scheidegg (6,762). Took in views of massive, snow covered peaks (Eiger, Monch, and Jungfrau are the ...
... the information centre to plan out our day for tomorrow. We've decided to book a train to a place called Trümmelbachfalle. This place is 10 waterfalls inside the mountain side which have thousands of glacier water coming down them each second. The pics look amazing, so it should be good. Then we'll just wing it for the rest of the day :-)
We then just went back to the apartment for tea and early night!
Catch ya later
andrea and Gaza
... minutes, this field would look like nothing had ever stood there. In fact…where had we been for the last 2.5 hours…? Had we indeed seen the trapeze artists we thought we had..? The kids held tightly onto their Elephant surprises as we walked back to the train station, all of us in a slight daze of it all….
Our trip was now officially complete. The circus family had attended …the CIRCUS!
... who it was, but no one got up, and there was no sounds of cleaning. I thought I'd dreamt it until the smell of vomit filled the room. I tried to go back to sleep, but a few hours later, the snoring started up. It was hands down the loudest, most disruptive snoring I've ever heard. I couldn't work out where it was coming from, until Nat turned on her light to find her iPod in her locker, and I started climbing down the ladder to kick the snorer. Just before I ...