Hotel La Prairie
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... restaurant that overlooked part of the glacier, it was just surreal having lunch 3454 meters above sea level with such an incredible view!
After finishing off my leek soup and Marc with his Rosti, we made our way through to the Glacier viewing deck where we had a little bit of snow fall. The visibility was so much better than our experience at Mt Titlis. Still, no blue sky but at least we could see out a lot further!
... telling me to adjust my skis to steer us back to the centre to the run up. Halfway up I said my thumb hurt and mum realised I was hanging on by my hand and not be the bar behind my back. Once we got to the top of the lift my hand was in agony and I couldnt grip the pole properly in my hand for a few runs. The other lifts were okay and after lunch I had my usual pork and chips and a coke and then got ready to ski again. In the afternoon we ...
... snow on the Plateau and watched numerous
hikers both on the snow and on the paths that meander through and up and down the mountains; some of them were younger, but many were our age or older. We visited the ice palace with its ice sculptures of bears, seals, and even Sherlock Holmes. We did not try skiing, though it was an option. When we returned to K-S about 1:30, we sat in the sun and ate the lunch we had
purchased at the Co-Op grocery before ...
... to camp in time to see the cows heading down the path in time for milking. We stopped to let them go by and they wandered past, sniffing my handlebars and leaving a nice big cow slime on the end. Luckily Anoop had his handkerchief so I could wipe it off…
October 5, 2012
We woke up for an early start to be able to fit everything in for the day. Anoop had been reading a brochure and was interested in going to the top of the Rothorn on ...
... everything began to feel rather silly, we climbed each flight of stairs to the viewing platform at a snails pace, stopping along the way to view the so-called Jungfrau Ice Palace. Whilst hardly a palace, this little curiosity was actually very cool, inviting you to walk about a tunnelled out area of naturally formed ice within the mountain and a selection of various ice sculptures. We explored for a bit, sliding along icy floors and squeezing ourselves into areas you probably ...