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... these runs and on a couple of occasions JJ dived into the snow. There is a picture of him after one of these excursions.
After this run we went to the restaurant at Mannlichen for a hot chocolate, today being the coldest day so far with temperatures below -10degC at the top. To get there I miss-read the terrain and we ended up with a major up hill walk up hill for the drink so it was well appreciated when we got there.
After this break we set off for ...
... back to our hotel and Lucy our favourite front desk lady told us weather like today hardly ever happens and hasn't for 6 months. It was bizarre how the clouds came over just as we got on the train to leave at 3.30pm. We definitely feel blessed.
So goodbye Lauterbrunnen, you are without a doubt the most beautiful place we have ever been. Next ...
... 5 hours each way and we got the most beautiful views of the Swiss Alps. At the top is a big building with viewing platforms, entrances out onto the mountain, an ice palace and shops and restaurants. We wandered around and then sat and ate our lunch outside on a viewing platform. It was 1.7 degrees Celsius at the top but when the wind died down the sun was shining and it was quite warm! When we got back we had a weeks worth of washing to do which took us like an hour and cost us about ...
The second day was preceded by a much longer sleep than the first, which allowed us to build up some of the energy levels which had been drained by the previous day's skiing.
As yesterday, we headed up to Wengen on the train and then off to the cable car to the Mannlichen. There was plenty of fresh powder and we skiied into the off piste areas with enthusiasm. The top of the Mannlichen run was still overcrowded and overused ...
... but fortunately at this point we were already at the bottom of the valley, so it was an easy walk of about an hour. After walking all day through the alps, we took a delicious shower and head out for a fondue dinner. The fondue was delicious, it had potatoes in addition to bread, and a bit of onions, garlic and mushrooms to spice up each bite. After an enjoyable dinner and as the bells of the church started to sound, we went to ...