Pez Regina Hotel
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... good sense for orientation (guess who that is...) you're definitely won't get lost! Never!
We were totally sure we're on the right way to the Walensee. The villages "Buchs" and "Sevelen" sound totally like Walenstadt, don't they? They don't? Hmm, I think you're right. And Vaduz is in Liechtenstein.That's the wrong valley....
We wanted to make it past Walensee and ...
... is Grimsel Pass and there far in the distance and as far as the eye
can see is just Alpine peaks all the way. The view is simply spectacular. And
of course over to the north of the village is the mighty glacier.
Over to the restaurant and it’s simply a sausage sandwich for me today.
While waiting here I heard a couple with a Scottish accent and so of course we
We sat chatting over lunch and watching over the great cliffs at all the
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... but shorter and with more adrenaline as you can see the ground closer. But as soon as I jumped, I felt good, no stress, no fear, I just enjoyed it. the worst moment was then later when I was waiting for the cable to come down and pull me up back.
Just do it guys !
Oh yes, and just before Christian jumped, the instructor told him : you know, bungee jumping is like getting a ******** from a 80 years old woman : it is damm good, but just don't look down :D.
... no facilities. The hostel is 35Fr (AUD$34) per night for a dorm room with breakfast included and evening meal at extra cost. I would usually opt for a single room as I am long past sharing but none were available. I did manage to get a lower bunk though, as I am still unable to climb ladders.
When I crossed the last pass into Andermatt, I was so very glad I had chosen not to camp. It was drizzling with rain and covered in fog.