Gstaad Palace Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... recommended hike but heavy rain overnight and heavy skies as I head down for breakfast are a little off-putting. But I intend doing my thirteenth hike irrespective so it looks very much like another slog in the rain.
I catch a train in heavy rain from Gstaad for the 30 minute trip to Zweisimmen (948 m) then a gondola lift up to Rinderberg (2,011 m) for the start of the relatively short two hour hike ...
... had a tomato juice and 'James bond' pasta which was delicious. Afer that we skied the Schilthorn again and went to Birg for a side of the 'famous' curly fries. At Birg we met another Oak Haller called Kat and skied down to Murren with her which was a long but not too tiring. We got to Birg and met JJ with the boot bags (he took the gondola down). We then ...
... look around, and our usual coffee and pastry. This was followed by a recommended look into some of humanities more shameful past actions ... a visit to a Nazi Concentration camp at Mauthausen. What to say about this place ... of the near 200, 000 souls sent here, just under 100, 000 were murdered by some sick and twisted people; although compared to some of the Eastern Germany and Polish camps, this place is not considered an extermination camp ... One story that haunts ... a ...
... a beautiful place so we went off with people we met at the cafe who were on bus about to go sky diving. As I had already done it before and it was 600 EU I did my own thing with some Swiss and Canadian people I met and I got to be the co-pilot of a helicopter. We went all over the Alps including Jungfrau Mountain, I couldn’t even believe how beautiful the scenery was and we got to go really close to each one. As we descended I hung ...
... were in Zermatt, we had to make the tough decision of scheduling home an earlier flight. We are about 70% of the way through, but we have already burned through 100% of what we budgeted for the trip. We could afford to finish, but we don't want to be totally broke when we come home. Both our parents have offered to help us, but it's not totally about the money. It is more a combination of money, costs, weather, and other general annoyances. The most annoying thing is that it is ...