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... using different runs. I took us on one run which I had not used for many years and after poling for a long period I know why we do not use this run much. We finished with another loop on the Lauberhorn hill to have the photo opportunity with the Eiger before heading to the station. I put Ruth and JJ on the train and set off to race the train into Wengen. I lost by a couple of minutes, but enjoyed the run on the newly groomed run ...
... br> kids!!! "That food on the left is not for you people, you can only eat the food
on the right side shelves"!! On that he stormed out and we all sat looking at
each other and soon began to laugh!! What is this we thought. It was almost like
a scene from the comedy film "Fawlty Towers" where hotel manager Basel Fawlty
gets angry at ever guest who enters the building.
After that telling off the jokes were flying high and I somehow got the
impression the ...
LAUTERBRUNNEN Today we ate breakfast and then headed off to the train station for our trip to the Jungfrau mountain! I got to look after the group ticket voucher because ash deemed me to be 'the responsible one' cos I don't drink. Haha. It was a 2 hour train trip from where we were staying but all of it uphill and very picturesque. We changed trains around halfway and caught the jungfraubahn which tunnelled through the mountain and was very impressive! ...
Today was full of drama, we woke up, had breakfast and got ready for the day skiing. We went on the train to Wengen. From Wengen we got the cable car up to Mannlichen and once again crossed from Mannlichen to Kliene Sheidegg and had luch. Afer lunch we decided to ski to the eigernordwand chair, then the wixi and down the lauberhorn. However whilst skiing the Arven run to the Eigernordwand chair jj took fell ...
... longest glacier in Europe, the Great Aletsch Glacier - 14 miles (23km) - begins at Jungfraujoch, and you can see as far as France and Germany. To say it was remarkable would be an understatement. The ride up took over two hours of traveling very steep hills in a train and through tunnels for a long time. We saw sites we would not see anywhere else in the world. The hills were alive for sure. We ate at a nice restaurant on ...