Sunstar Hotel Grindelwald
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... an adrenaline high.
Back to the chalet to pick the sleepy heads up and then we were off to Murren in the Lauterbrunnen valley for lunch. Murren is a small village perched on the side of the almost vertical cliffs. The only way to access is is via cable car so up we went.
First things first... lunch!!
We found a nice restaurant with a panoramic terrace overlooking the valley for lunch. A great perch to try some of the local cuisine from.
... s predecessor went down the mountain in a landslide some time prior! When I was here in 2005 I could see the remains of the restaurant at the foot of the glacier.
I stopped and took time to soak up the magnificent atmosphere, and I it all to myself. Other than the distant sound of cow bells, the only sounds I could hear were the gushing stream of glacial melt and the occasional crack of an avalanche. Just a wonderful ...
... mountains can be seen from many angles in this cozy place. Off to Grindelwald today with good memories filling our heads.
Forgot to add some of Wyatt's antics. At dinner the other night Wyatt was most impressed with the waiter and wanted out of his antique high chair to roam about the open deck. He would come over to me with his colored pencil and child's menu to ask what he could get for me. I would ask for potatoes and he would ...
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... majestic, cold, silent and merciless peaks. In front of us, the Aletsch Glacier stretched out. At 22km long and covering over 80 sq km this is the largest glacier in the Alps. On our right, the rear of the Jungfrau (the opposite side to the one you see from Kleine Scheidegg). Walking around the platform, the Monch is so close you could touch it. We could see all the way into France and we could see the Black Forest in Germany. The sky was a deep blue with not a ...