Panorama Hotel Alphubel
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... Take the most direct route
A tunnel of our own
Step 14: Keep civilization in sight
A tiny village near Furi
Step 15: Investigate transportation alternatives
Gondola museum piece.
Step 16: Reunite at the bottom
Walking away from base, the crew tries to get their land legs back
After the ride, we finally got to see the Matterhorn ...
With a forecast of mainly cloudy, but a strong desire to go hiking, we drove up the Saartal valley through Saas Grund, a little village sitting in the bottom at 1569m and drove up the narrow winding pass to Saas Fee, a little town sitting on a plateau at 1800m. A barrier across the road a few hundred metres out of the town directed us to a carpark, but with a height restriction of 2.2m, we opted for the field next to it. Although our van is within, ...
... bed (actually two single beds pushed together) with big duvets and blankets. We had a sink and mirror and a shared shower and toilet down the hall. Just what we wanted for our little Swiss Alps getaway. We went downstairs, Naurine a few minutes ahead of me. Suddenly, she shouted up for me to come quick! The clouds had parted and now the staggering beauty of the snow-covered Mönch and Junfrau could be seen across the valley. We have beautiful mountains in Colorado but these were ...
... green grass, so much that a million cows could not eat. Swiss bliss my friends Swiss bliss.
High above the European plains in the alps we find ourselves in a humble village called Gimmelwald, if ever there be a place you have to see to feel it's awesomeness, this be it.
Whilst Em and I try to gather our excitement and explain to each other the emotions we feel, the mountains stare in all magnificence needing not say a word.
... It is supposed to rain and be cloudy the rest of the week. :( Because of this we are going to duck out early, and have changed our reservation in Interlaken for tomorrow night instead of the following night. I am still, not-so-secretly hoping that we will wake up to beautiful views of the Alps (because I haven't seen them due to the fog).
We hid out in the upstairs room after dinner because there are an abundance of flies in the common room. Yuck! When ...