Panorama Hotel Alphubel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... destination an hour earlier ..yah beats sitting at train stations ...well done Julie ...its now 5 pm ...I have dinner in my bag as I've now learnt to load up at breakfast ...fruit, nuts, bread ...you name it ...it gets through from breakfast to dinner at night ..perfect. So over the prices here ...and I have two more weeks before I hit he south of France ...it will be good to be in one place for two weeks ...unpack yay ...
... over another 1200m before we reach the top of Jungfrau but
every bit of this will be inside this mighty long and twisty tunnel. Had it been
a long straight tunnel to our destination one could understand how they built
such a tunnel but standing here at Eigergletscher station the building at the
top of the mountain is virtually right above us on the edge of the
On we head into the tunnel and its rather boring. However there are some
... up, so Mark continued on to the top without me (while I held on for dear life to a sign post!). When he came back down he helped me come back down... It was so steep, I came down on my butt. Then we hiked down, and at about the halfway point, we decided to hike towards Mürren (1638 meters), which is a bigger village about an hour away. That hike was easier because it was more of less level. We did some grocery shopping for the ...
... to be quite enjoyable. The Mountain Hostel was overflowing with 40 or so American high school seniors on their European tour. Their cheer and conversation provided an excellent back drop to the evening. At my table at the hotel terrace, which overlooked the hostel, I was joined by some of the staff and two fellows from the Netherlands who were camping down in the valley. Our conversation ranged from places we had traveled, to them trying to imitate a ...
... mostly to Christopher, who is now working in Zurich for Microsoft. He has only been with them for a month in marketing and sales, but we are sure he will go far. He has the personality and the drive. He has recently returned from a Microsoft bash in Atlanta where like 15000 employees attended. Now we know why the software still costs quite a bit!! We talk for quite a few hours and his father joins us near the end. There are seven of them hiking ...