Hotel Le Beausite
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- Shuttle bus service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Le Beausite Saint-Luc
Travel Blogs from Saint-Luc
I met Ruth and JJ in the station and we set off into Wengen, JJ to use his 'run slides', which he used on the Saas Fee trip, and Ruth and I to put our skis in for service. The ski shops here offer an overnight service and it is a better price than in the UK.
Then it was off to the station and the train home. We are all feeling weary as we have covered nearly 100 miles on skis this week and there is still one day to ...
... kilometer or so and we got to one of the steep bits, this one was pretty serious! They'd concreted the two wheel tracks to make it a bit better, but I can't believe that they took an excavator the whole way up there! About 100m of this and it was time for the constant criss cross of the path back down through the tight valley. Em's knee had been feeling a little sore since Schilthornhutte, but it was at this point that Emma and I really started to feel it. I had slightly better ...
... Ness had wanted to buy a bottle of Evian and take a picture in front of the main mountains (like on the bottle's label), but the backdrop was completely covered by clouds. We could see the Chateau de Chillon though, a castle on the water's edge, and a statue of Freddie Mercury by the lake. The water looked crystal clear and was filled with rather strange looking ducks that had pinky reddish beaks and fluffy heads. We decided to eat today's picnic lunch in the comfort and warmth ...
... with lots of steps to see different views of the canyons with water rushing through. Walked back down and took the bus back to Lauterbrunnen since the rain started up again.
(TIP: Avoid going here when there are tour busses; too many people.)
... God willing and Swiss timing tested. Another wonderful dinner and bottle of wine allowed us time (and gumption) to pack up our gear. We are off to sleep with great anticipation of ending tomorrow in Venice, Italy! If you ever consider seeing Switzerland, make it to Murrën, it is the most stunning landscape and your heart will weep in the beauty of Gods handiwork. Today we say Auf Wiederluege, tomorrow we say Ciao, Venezia as we sail down the Grand ...