RAMADA Hotel Regina Titlis
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... road that takes you into the mountains to Engelberg. All I can say is wow. Both lakes are absolutely breath-taking. The area around lake Zurich being flatter than that of Lake Lucerne. We made a quick stop in Schwyze. Coming from a country where our architecture is still ˙oung" next to that of Europe I don’t think I will ever stop being in awe of their old buildings and ever tire of European architecture. Off course in Switzerland there are the beautiful Swiss houses ...
... Mt. Titlis, a short drive into town to board the chairlift. Mt. Titlis is at an elevation of 3,020m (10,000ft). We took a 20min ride in a six person chairlift to "Trubsee", then a 5min ride in an 80 person gondola to "Stand", from there we boarded for another 5mins the "Rotair" gondola (the first ever 360 degree rotating gondola) holding 80 people to the top of Mt. Titlis. The sky was filled with clouds ...
We were both awake before the alarm clock despite the activity of the last few days. The morning routine is well established and we headed up on the train at 8.30. This time we did not get off at Wengen, but headed up to Kleine Scheidegg where the ski lessons would be based for the day. The journey seemed quite long but we passed various places we had skied over the last two days so that helped.
We met up with Jon, Sam, Matt and Bruce and left Matt in the capable hands of ...
... Adrien and myself but I am not sure how Speedy felt about the face plants.
The weekend was upon us and despite predictions the weather was amazing so we headed to the small mountain town of Engelberg to stay at Andys place and meet up with Phillip (two more guys we all met in the same hostel in Java), the sun was shinning and it had been snowing all week so when we got there we organised everything and got straight on the mountain. After about 10 seconds in ...
... the gift shop where we bought and sent postcards (from one of the highest points in Europe!).
After our lovely day up the mountain (which was spent with myself, Julia, steve and Lauren – one of the other lovely girls on our tour), we got the train back down to Lauterbrunnen. Once down the bottom we wandered via the supermarket where we stocked up ...