Hotel Restaurant Glacier
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Na een heerlijk ontbijt in het pension gaan we richting grens... We hadden gedacht dat het er druk zal zijn maar dat valt reuze mee. Zelfs geen paspoortcontrole! We rijden Basel in. Wat een grote industriestad is dat. Allemaal fabrieken en het ruikt er chemisch. Na verloop van tijd verlaten we Basel en rijden richting Bern. De omgeving begint dan …
... br> There are several ways of getting back down this mountain and so I decided
to go and investigate and work out which way was best.
My first plan was to have a go on the hi speed cable drag where one is
fitted into a sling and simply sent flying off the edge of the mountain and hung
from one single cable. However after standing there watching others screaming as
they fly off the cliff edge I chickened out and decided to give it a
... deeper than yesterday and just glistening in the sunlight, the mountains around us were extraordinary and the view just kept changing each time you looked up and around you. We had mountains in a 360 degree view around us. The walk was meant to be 50mins but it took us a while longer as we all needed to remove our many layers as it was so surprisingly warm as well as try to encourage the boys to walk rather than keep falling gin the snow!
This time we were not alone and ...
If you ever end up in Switzerland and you can afford the 120 Swiss francs to take the rack railway from Kleine Scheidegg to the top of the Jungfraujoch, then make sure you do it....even if you do nothing else!! If you don't have the budget, do it anyway. It's worth getting in debt for!!
... for Roxane was walking through the Imperial Gardens where once again chess masters could be watched, battling it out on a board the size of a courtyard, with players having to walk across the board to pick up and move each half-metre tall piece….. Love that 30 years on, since last visit, the game went on! Sunny weather, green gardens and snow-capped mountains in the background must surely improve one’s thinking power to play ...