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... feel our toes anymore we went back and re-joint the party for another pint. We chatted to a guy from our group named Graham and several other people and watched as a bit of dance party got under the way. Staying out the way we saw table dancing, twerking and even a large aussies guy from the other bus strip down to his pink leopard skin thermals. We made it to bed at 11pm before it got too out of hand but still heard a bit of the party everytime the door of the pub ...
... there and say straight "I'm sorry, but can you just get out? We need to sleep and you need to not be here." He said ok and got out of her bed. I told him that I didn't want t make it awkward & he said hat I kind of did already & I told him that it was just too bad. He finally left them & the girls were free of him. Finally! I went to my room & jumped in my bed. As I was lying there, the girls were in the next room& were ...
... vertical cliffs and lined with waterfalls. It is a small village with a population of only 800!!!
We have an awesome hotel here, under the Staubbach Falls, the Hotel Staubbach. Our room has a balcony that has a view of this huge waterfall (one of the highest free falling water falls in the world). This hotel, like the last, has old wood floors that creek as you walk on them and up the stairs…it is so cozy. Its always warm inside and ...
... couldn’t get many pictures of the dawn. Not that taking photos was hard in the mountains, everywhere you looked was beyond beautiful.
There was a brief moment when the rising sun shone a bright ray on the highest peak, while everything else was still shrouded in shadow. It is quite incredible to think though that they had such a long stretch of rail network running entirely inside the mountain.
We were glad that we went up so ...
... the north-western hillside, but remembered that the caption of the photo said it was taken from a train... though the towns it was between elluded me. With that in hand I headed to the train station, and crossed the river on a hidden trail that heads up the eastern mountainside, and up towards where the only train on that side of the valley dissapears into the mountain.
It was rough going. It was raining steadilly now, and it was fairly ...