Ihr Hotel Kreuz
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... the powder removed through use by mid morning, and the poor light meant that we had to get down using sound more than sight.
We followed this by running down the slope where JJ broke his collar bone last year and then we headed for lunch.
After the food we caught the lift up to the north face of the Eiger and took a long run all the way to Brandegg, around 1000m below. We caught the train back up to Kleine Scheidegg .
Ruth and ...
... dish done in Swiss style. But Emma had never seen it, so after getting a lovely bottle of wine presented in a definitely impressive way we were awaiting the grand show when we were presented with some smoked salmon and fresh cheese entrees and a little home made capsicum butter for our bread (inc more GF bread for Emma). After a short pause we were then treated to the real show! First the condiments arrived, four different sauces and about eight different types of fruit and vegetables. ...
... Munich and relax. Before we went up I was determined to get ride of the half full bottle of wine I had bought so we offered it to some of the English looking tourists in the place and they were happy to receive it. We talked with them quite a bit, most were from Canada do very friendly. I told them about our experiences and to definitely do canyoning if they had a chance. Everyone seemed grateful for the drink and knowledge. We went to bed to get ready for the long journey to ...
... heavily in Interlaken for the 10 min walk
back to the hotel.
Next day we spent most of
time on the train to Zermatt via Spiez and Brig. This was the old route since
these days there is a modern tunnel cuts the time down by 60 mins but of course
no good for sightseeing. It must be a shortish trip since we saw many cars on
railway low loaders with people in them, presumably waiting to go through the
... and beers! Perfection. This would end up being one of our favorite spots of the trip. We sat back, soaked in some mountain rays, and just enjoyed the serenity of being on top of the world.
After prying ourselves away from the top of the mountain, we took the short 20 minute train ride to Lauterbrunnen, where we’d be spending the next two nights. As warned, the brief ride was ...