Hotel La Prairie
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... pet dogs enjoyed the sunshine and views. (Dogs do go everywhere with their humans here).
The cogwheel train back to the valley ran a few minutes late - as had the one coming up. We had read that the Lauterbrunnen trains will wait for the cogwheel feeders and sure enough when we got to the station, the regular train was waiting. Maybe this was the greatest marvel of the day - a Swiss train running late!
... perfectly between the Alps. The view was like something straight from a postcard.
We hopped off the bus and of course - I slipped as I was wearing my Converse with little to no grip I slipped on the icy pavement.
The first thing I heard as the crowds disappeared was the sound of a waterfall - although I couldn't see anything because it was already dark. The sound was so peaceful and serene.
Unpacked at our cabin - which honestly ; so small I have no idea how ...
... down the hill towards the thin path we were walking. We had to race past them before they cut us off from our route. I think that excitement is what caused us to miss our turnoff which was right after it. After making it to the next city, we barely paused before starting on the path along the train tracks back to the gondola in Grutschalp. The weather predicted rain at 5pm and it was 4pm, so we were hoping to make it back to Interlaken ...
... 93 and 79 km/h) and we carried on as a group to the Honegg chair lift and then we had a couple of runs down the Honegg run before catching the Arven chair up the KS for lunch. The lifts were much quieter today and the only queue was when we managed to get behind a large group of Oakhall skiers who were skiing together before their afternoon lessons.
Lunch was at the restaurant in KS. We said good bye to Jon, Sam, Matt and Bruce. Matt had a good snowboard lesson.
... sup>, the Swiss Labor Day holiday. When we hear Labor Day, we think picnics, vacation, spending time with family but here it's a bit different. In Switzerland everything closes down and people take to the streets in protest of, well, we’re not exactly sure what. As our friend warned us to stay out of downtown we envisioned sirens, riots, tear gas and burning cars. Reality was much less exciting with an orderly line ...