Hotel Restaurant Rhodania
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... it when making their business) The walk is short and we find that there is a path that leads you into the mountainside and you can get behind the water fall and look down upon the campsite and some of the village. Its quite slippery as you get closer to the water…. Who would have thought! The sun had well and truly set by then and we got a few photos and took in the sight and headed back down for some dinner.
Once again we had a proverbial feast upon our hands as ...
... full of bears, mountain goats and pretty little nymphos (not on our tour)
One such beauty was suiting up for her skydive when she was first noticed by us guys, quick on the trigger I call shotgun instantly. We had just got back from our skydive and we're trying to pull moves on the hot Czech girl who did all the bookings and payments so we didn't talk to them much.
Later on that night at the pub the two Topdeck tours converged in the one place, they had the girls ...
... and the scenery is mind-blowing on the last train from Kleine Scheidegg to Jungfraujoch. Presided over by glacier encrusted monoliths Eiger, Monch and Jungfrau (meaning Orgre, Monk and Virgin) the scenery is uplifting. The big three peaks have an enduring place in mountaineering legend, particularly that of 3970 m Eiger that claimed lives and remained unconquered until 1938, the train goes through many open landslide protected tunnels and then ...
... Switzerland, I'd be long gone by now! I walked around Lake Zurich and enjoyed the stillness of it all: the swans and ducks, people out jogging and walking their dogs, boats lining the shore, leaves starting to change to their autumn colours. Yesterday afternoon I boarded the train to Interlaken. I might hole up here until Oktoberfest and in the meantime hike and try out some of the adventure this little mountain town has to offer. But for now, I say goodbye from my hammock in the ...
... in a foreign country. The countless cows grazing in the wildflower meadows and the Swiss locals going about their normal daily routines, allowed us a glance into what living in the Swiss Mountains would be like. We both decided we could easily move to Switzerand. Maybe someday...
After about two hours of walking through the Lauterbrunnen Valley, we made our way to Trummelbach Falls, a series of ...