- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... uphill), we were climbing the hairpin-bend road up Furkapass. After an hour of climbing, I was expecting the hard part of the climbing to be over, as the road was straightening out. This wasn't the case. The straight road was just as steep! And it was another hour to reach the top! One of the things we disliked most about this route was the crash barriers. On this route they only used little pillars spaced about 1.5m apart. Probably enough to stop a ...
... I love Switzerland! Once we were back we met Tash, Mel, Sarah and Carly at the cafe with AMAZING brownies and used their wifi. After some quiet time with packing, showers an applying as much aloe and moisturiser as possible we had another home cooked meal. This time there was roesti and apple strudel with custard. So yum! After a bit of a gossip session with the girls (Steph k, Tash, Mel, Sarah, Carly, Kym, Ang, Lilah, Eliza and Pappas) we all went to ...
... out of town towards the lake. It turned out to be a slightly longer walk than anticipated, but it was a nice little path and we eventually found the water and sat down for a sambo. Another beautiful view of snow-capped mountains and a massive lake. I finally started getting cold, and the sky was looking ominous, so back we headed to the lovely warm hostel. We cooked that night, in an attempt to save a bit of cash, and had a quiet night in our massive, empty luxury ...
... there our journey to Jungfrau began. We changed three trains to get to the top of Europe. The sights were spectacular and we all had a wonderful time. I will let the pictures talk for themselves. On the ride back we decided that we would get off at Burdegg and walk (hike) to the next station Gridelwald, Wow, I am sure we would have second thought if we knew how far the next station was, but we made it and ...
... marked runs, so we stuck to marked runs and used two lifts to help us get us all the way down.
We dropped into cloud at Birg and started to come back out of it at 1700m but with flat grey conditions below the cloud. In the cloud we could see a little way but we had to judge the runs a lot more as we did not know what would come next. It just so happened that the Black runs we had to do were all in cloud. As we entered the trees above Winteregg the runs felt much easier as, ...