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... see the terrain very well. To make the navigation interesting the run we had to take could not be seen from the ridge above the starting point as the snow cannons were running and creating a wall of snow so the people on the run disappeared from view for most of the run. Despite the navigational difficulties we worked our way down to the Lager chair and then took a different run off the top back to the base of the Lager chair. JJ and I skied off piste a few ...
... it was closed.... I was a little lost until I looked back through my messages and realised that there was a good chance Alan had messaged me in winter stating he was working up there....
Well, we pushed off again, and continued our descent down the very uneven terrain - I kept telling Em that it would flatten out, I remember the path being much more leisurely and flat! But alas, I think it comes back to the fact that when there's snow on it, it just seems a lot more ...
... a gorgeous cobbled street to see the outside of Einstein's house, trying not to bump into cyclists or Asian tourists. We chose a quaint little cafe with quirky seating in the window. We were glad the hot chocolate wasn't processed, but seemed to be made with real Swiss chocolate. Also along the street, there were lots of slanted trap doors leading down to boutique shops and bars which Ness & I thought looked really cool.
Our drive to Jungfrau campsite saw us ...
... if they turned out or not because the view was too good to miss. Then he asked if I wanted to have some fun, so obviously I said yes. He started turning really fast and steep, and it felt like we were free falling in every direction over the city. Kinda scary, but so much fun! We go pretty close to the mountains and buildings, and at times were were going really fast! Landing was easy, you just jog 2 steps and its done. When I caught up with Luanne and Jessica, we ...
stepping from the train, it is only a 2 minute walk to the boat docks, where we
boarded the double-decker boat named the M/S Bubenberg for a 2-hour cruise
across the Thunersee, making 9 stops along the route. I tried to go up the staircase to the upper
level but was politely turned away by a member of the crew as he pointed to the
‘First Class’ sign. The water was
perfectly flat and smooth. The only