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... dark clouds were moving up from the east. After a brief snack, we quickly descended the other side in a rainstorm that quickly dampened our gear. Fortunately, it ended almost as quickly as it began (which seems to be common in the Alps), and we continued our steady fall as the skies cleared and afforded some decent views of the valley below. Perhaps our greatest excitement of the day came as we neared Jungen when ...
... is very locally sourced and farms are small. According to our hosts, most people in Switzerland learn how to make
cheese. They described the process to me
and I’ll definitely have to give it a try when I’m back in the States!
Sixth, Switzerland is not overly safety conscious. Edi was the principal and Ursula a teacher at a
local public high school for 20 years. ...
... The verdict was a suspected broken collar bone and the first aider booked a taxi to meet us at the train in Wengen to take us to the clinic.
The journey seemed to take ages but we reached the clinic where JJ was x-rayed and it was confirmed that he had made a clean break of his collar bone. He was prescribed pain killers and given a shoulder brace and arm sling and told to keep off skiing for the next four to six weeks. ...
... named for our hotel -- probably the other way around -- "Staubbach". "Bach" is I think the word for waterfall. "Staub" must be a family name for the hotel that was established in 1890. It has been nicely updated and very comfortable and welcoming. We will catch up on our sleep tonight and will try to be ready to explore the area tomorrow. Tonight across the street from our hotel is a ...
... a beautiful place so we went off with people we met at the cafe who were on bus about to go sky diving. As I had already done it before and it was 600 EU I did my own thing with some Swiss and Canadian people I met and I got to be the co-pilot of a helicopter. We went all over the Alps including Jungfrau Mountain, I couldn’t even believe how beautiful the scenery was and we got to go really close to each one. As we descended I hung ...