Hotel Weisses Kreuz Meiringen
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... smoothly down.
When we were about 50 metres high the pilot did a quick intense 180 spin and we came hurtling down to the ground landing on our asses and sliding across the grass. I was immediately relieved we had made it and my second thought was "when can I go again?" The adrenalin is addictive, a bit like getting a tattoo. You get one, you want another.
We had to sit around and wait for the last plane to jump before we were given a lift back ...
... will make hiking bearable. Both of our legs are pretty stiff and tight. My calves are tight from the uphill and my thighs above my knees are sore from the downhill. No pain, no gain they say although I am not sure just what they think we will be gaining. We start out and walk back to the Titlis cable car where we catch a ride up to Truebsee, a lake on a plateau high above our hotel. From there we walk around the lake and take a lift up to the Jochpass. This gives ...
... complete with bells, in a nearby paddock. The sun hasn’t hit the valley – we are deep in rural Switzerland. “High on a hill lives a lonely goat herd”......
The Lion Monument is carved into the rock and the pain, heartbreak and despair of the mission it commemorates is there on the face of the Lion. The Swiss Guard were sent to Paris to guard Louis the 16th and every last man died in the attempt although ...
... possible to get away from the crowds. At one point on the trail, we encountered a little yellow sign that read ECHO, so we began taking turns calling out to the valley below. “Yoooouuu-hallllloooo!” And “Helllooooo!” and “Yeeeeeeeeee-haaaaaaaaw!” With every call, its echo indeed came back to us after a brief delay, but just as crisp as if someone were sitting on the opposite side of the valley calling back to us. We ...
... with autumn foliage. The fields surrounding the small village centre were flat, lush and green with cows and sheep grazing. The sounds of their bells blowing in the strong breeze carried to the train station. I decided to walk instead of taking the 2 minutes train journey from Meiringen to the west entrance of the gorge. It was a nice little walk past the green pastures and little farm houses dwarfed by nearby mountains. I ...
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