Sunstar Hotel Grindelwald
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... making it hard to get many good photos of the lakes below and by
the time we were back at Wilderswil station much of the sun had gone.
After 20 or so minutes my train to Lauterbrunnen arrived and I together
with many others climbed aboard. This again was a ultra modern train and was
simply silent inside.
It had been a long day and I was now feeling rather tired and looking
forward to sitting down and resting on the balcony of my hotel. ...
... took an hour and a half and we made our way through several tunnels, each time feeling the air get thinner and we had a sense of feeling 'heavy' from this point on. But it was well worth it as the experience at the top was fantastic!!
We've also taken a big dislike to the Asian tour groups as en masse they are pushy and impatient pushing their way in all the time! The number of times we're in the middle of ...
... has led the world with its research on high altitude medicine, on astronomy and more recently on glaciology and radiation. A research station had been in Zeller's original sketches! Pity he did not live to see it. Everything is captured here...wind, rainfall, temperature. In November, 1998, a wind speed of 267km was recorded, the highest ever recorded in Switzerland. In 1940, annual rainfall on the Monch ridge reached a record level of 5910mm..... not a good ...
... with our passports and mine with credit cards, in plain view. We had only meant to take a quick photo and hop back in the car when we parked. Although there were not lots of tourist in the area, we still thought it was not wise to delay so we made a hasty return to the car. Reading about the caves when we returned to the apartment it appeared the caves weren't worth seeing if you had seen other caves. All in all a worthwhile late afternoon excursion.
... to camp in time to see the cows heading down the path in time for milking. We stopped to let them go by and they wandered past, sniffing my handlebars and leaving a nice big cow slime on the end. Luckily Anoop had his handkerchief so I could wipe it off…
October 5, 2012
We woke up for an early start to be able to fit everything in for the day. Anoop had been reading a brochure and was interested in going to the top of the Rothorn on ...