Hotel Salina Maris
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... layering technique right. As it was a walk up 500m over about 4 or 5 kls we all got hot pretty quick. In the shade the breeze was a bit cool but in the sun it was beautiful and warm. The views spectacular. It is going to be a tough gig to scroll through the mass of photos to work out which ones we should upload. Once we were up at Bort the clouds above on the mountain where we were headed just didnt look great. One of the guys said he was still keen to go ahead as he was keen to try ...
... when you first see snow. Snowball fight, make a snowman, couldn't make angels or slide but we tried anyway.
When the snowball fight broke out between the three contiki groups that was fun. I made bulk balls and stashed them in my jumper and everyone else had a few too. The whole lot were unleashed at once. A few tourists copped a few strays but it was funny for us.
Thoroughly enjoyed the day in the snow and it was not as cold ...
... there are no mountains to drive up but there is a non-touristy town up in the mountains over the lake which has some amazing views. That sounded like a plan to us so we got back in the cars and drove up to Beatenburg, stopping at nearly every pull-off along the road to get out and take pictures of the growing Apls and of the lake below. Up in Beatenburg we found a nice little restaurant (that was actually fairly cheap!) with an amazing view overlooking the lake and mountains ...
... that made this place possible.
Our last stop on the Junfraujoch tour was a goodbye stop at the "Terrace". Outside again, but below the station on its other side, we got another beautiful view of the surrounding landscape and the incredible position of the mountain top wonderland within it. By then the crowds had thinned a lot and we were able to linger on the snow pack, the Swiss flag flapping above us for awhile, sometimes with almost no one else around. Then we ...
... Zurich. They showed us around the city which I loved. Their old town has narrow, cobblestone streets for pedestrians only, lined by beautiful, old buildings, but it is different from most places like that because it is hilly. Some of the streets are fairly steep which gave it a unique and awesome feel. The 35 mile long Lake Zurich abuts their downtown so there are beautiful views over the water to the mountains. It's surrounded by ...