Seminar- und Wellnesshotel Stoos
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- Free parking
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What a magic day! Last week here, in Lauterbrunnen, it was -5 degrees and it's been raining since then. Today the sun came out and temps were in the early 20s. A real treat because this was the day we conquered the Jungfraujoch. Well, conquered probably isn't the right word; rode up in a train inside the north face of the Eiger and emerged via high speed lift at the top of Europe! The temp there was a bit chillier at -1.2. Even needed my woolly hat, but ...
... with such enthusiasm and expression that even though we could understand nought of what they said we loved listening to the cadence of the language. One morning a suavely dressed gentlemen next to us proceeded to seemingly do all his office work on his mobile before he arrived at the station. There was much 'ciao, ciao, ciaoing’ everytime he finished with one call and before beginning another
· trains with some carriages ...
Today was the day of our skydive!!!! Eeeek! We were to meet at the skydive place at 1pm so had a bit of time in the morning to roam around. After breakfast, Sarah and myself walked up to the waterfall whiskey Lisa napped. We got to stand in a little cave in the mountain behind the waterfall which was a little bit cool. We then went back to collect Lisa for another trip into the Main Street. Unfortunately though it was Sunday so there were ...
I wasn't as sore as I thought I was going to be. Shoulders and arms a little, but not bad.
We went to the top of the Schilthorn today, one of the tallest mountains in the region. We drove twenty minutes to Lauterbrunnen, a beautiful mountain town surrounded by sheer cliffs and a huge waterfall falling almost directly into town. From there, it was a six minute cable car ride up 2500 feet to Grutschalp, then we hopped a little train and rode 15 minutes ...
Part of the appeal of Switzerland besides the skating was the potential for some Spring snowboarding, and I was especially excited after a relatively dry Colorado Winter to experience some of the snow that the Alps is rather famous for.
First off, here is a very rough edit of the footage I collected of us in Colorado, it is quite long and quite a rough edit, but it is mostly for the sake of finally ...