- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... here are simply awesome but at this point we are right in the middle of the cloud and not much view is to be had at all.
Onwards onto the next cableway and the views from here are stunning. Looking down I see people walking along the great ridges and peaks of the mountains below. These walks look fantastic from up here and I am tempted to walk back down this mountain rather than take the cableway.
As we head ever higher the cloud remains below us and soon it’s ...
... The Lambertenghi family are genuinely gracious people and it was a delight to meet them; it was less of a delight to squeeze our rental car through the narrow cobble-stoned streets to their Palazzo - but we made it!
Dinner that night was selected from what was 'close and quick', but turned out to include a highlight for Jeannie: a vegetarian lasagne. Not what we expected, it had very little pasta and was served in a small bowl with layers of vegetables ...
... but I decided to ski the long blue run so that I could say I had skied down as far as I could at the end of every day.I had time to do some shopping in Wengen before meeting them on the train and going back down to Lauterbrunnen and the hotel. It was lasagne for dinner and then a quiz (our team was me, mum, dad, Kat, Mark [Kat's boyfriend] and partly JJ) we won by 64 points to the second place teams 63. Then we had to pack to get ready to go ...
... storm. The last hour of hiking was very flat, the highlight was a gigantic anthill we saw right off the path. I had never seen one outside of a zoo. It was about two feet high and a blur of activity. Making good time, we saw a gondola arrive when we were on the edge of town, so we sprinted the last 400 meters to meet it in time. Thankfully the gondola wasn't that crowded, or there would have been a few very unhappy people being forced to stand ...
... at-the-seams full. Finally, we gave in to the lack of room in our stomachs and left, but not before thanking the owners profusely. They must have thought we were nuts.
We got back to the hotel, rolled ourselves into bed, and fell asleep trying to figure out a way to reschedule our trains to stay long enough to have the lamb again for lunch (unfortunately, it wasn’t possible.) Hopefully Luzern will bring more delicious ...