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... the best of the day; sunshine and fresh powder! The Falloboden run was great so we headed up the Wixi chair and ran back to the restaurant. We collected Alex for a few last runs and headed down the Arven run and took the Honegg chair (now working) for a couple of runs before heading up the Arven chair lift to head down for the day. Alex and I were planning a last run up the Lauberhorn chair and home but we just missed the last lift (it closed in front of us) so ...
... see if the valleys on both sides and the peak of Jungfrau ahead of us. We finished this section in an hour, then paused just a little before make our decent along the train tracks back down to Wengen. The decent was fairly mild and became a little more interesting once we entered the forest again. As we got closer to the town, we could see clearly the area we had hiked in the morning. Looking at it from this perspective, we probably never would have attempted the hike in ...
... of the cute village and wandered into the Swiss Army Knife store. Whilst in there I looked out and couldn't believe my eyes it was snowing. I ran outside and stood in it I also cried I was so excited, I've always wanted to see it snowing and I finally have.
As I walked back down to the camp I saw the sky divers coming down. I could even hear one.
Dinner was cheese fondue, veal sausages and apple and rhubarb slice. The fondue was great ...
... the museum below to check out the centuries of church upon church which preceded the current structure. On our final evening, we only had one mission left while visiting Switzerland. Eat a traditional Swiss cheese fondue, of course! Instead of spending a fortune at a restaurant we snagged some fondue fixings at the grocery store and cooked it in our hostel. Not so healthy but definitely well worth it.
... the Alps) provides a construction of nature which differs greatly from the majority of Romantic works, almost teetering on the Gothic in it's depiction of a powerful, mysterious and unforgiving natural world. Seeing the Alps, I remembered this poem and ******n, it hit the mark. When one stands amongst the grandeur of the Alps, it is hard to imagine that these gargantuan creations of nature have not graced this Earth from ...