Hotel Le Grand Chalet
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- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
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... mountain hiking at least ten times since.
Today’s outing was a three hour hike from the top of the Wispile chairlift (1,911 metres) down to Lauenensee (1,581). The hike’s first 90 minutes involved some of the prettiest and (relatively) easiest hiking I’ve done in Switzerland. It would be a great walk for anyone who wanted to experience Swiss scenery at its best without a huge physical effort. From then on it got a bit tougher, but the reward at the ...
... quite constricting. Finally we made it up the mountain and it was time to make our way down the rapidly flowing river. We had a series of jumps and slides that really weren't that bad. You really had to take care not to get a ton of water up your nose but that's normal. Then we got to our first rappel down the slippery side of a rock structure and I was super worries. Actually most if the time on this experience I thought I was going to die. This was the first time. But ...
... lunch in the highest restaurant in the world. A good
idea since if we could not see anything having lunch up made up –sort of- for
missing the view. Very good it was too. I was much better sitting down.
After about 3hrs we
returned via Grindelwald , it must be a pretty little town by this time it was
dark and raining so we did a bit of shopping for 30 mins while we waited for
the next train back. ...
... shows Ethan across my lap while I try to remove the splinters.
Ethan and I both have a cough that will not go away. We visited a pharmacy in town and we were able to pick up the guifenesin cough syrup with codeine without a prescription! We'll sleep well tonight which will help us both to get better quicker.
We shopped and cooked dinner, and took it easy tonight in the apartment. We hope for another sunny day ...
Medical Officer's Log, timestamp: 1102013
Female subject, henceforth referred to as patient zero, status remains unchanged. Source of the infection remains unknown, but bio-warfare is likely, given the severity of patient zero's symptoms. The cough alone would kill a normal man. Medication dosage has been doubled, despite the risks, in an attempt to combat the systems. While initial results were promising, Patient Zero's symptoms temporarily receded; ...