Hotel Restaurant Tenne
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... burst its banks and many places have some flooding. Driving further around the lake we then head up a hill and end up at a small restaurant called Rosso Lampone (red raspberry) which is in the countryside and has a restaurant, B&B and grows a range of berries. The building sits into the side of the hill and is quite modern (and we later find out it is a bit unfinished as the owners have run out of money). They have a small menu: 2 antipasto, 2 primo and ...
... all in a good sense of humour after such a great day.
As we are a group we are not allowed to sit in the main restaurant but
instead are given tables in a side room. Here in this room are large buffet
tables with everything from fruit to meats etc and so we all get up and simply
help ourselves to a starter.
As we all sit here eating the restaurant manager comes storming in and in a
rather abrupt and angry voice starts telling us off like a bunch of young ...
... We visited the Alpineschule adventure park where we were properly kitted out and then enjoyed rock climbing ( proper rock climbing- non of this pretend wall stuff) and zip lining across the valley- it was certainly quite an adrenaline rush especially surrounded by the beautiful scenery! We were treated to a Swiss evening with local Swiss horn player and chocolate fondu in the evening!
For our second day ...
Ezra was feeling a lot better by the afternoon, yeah. So we decided to venture out on a hike to Murren. We were told by the Gimmelwald locals and a few tourists that we met that Murren was a short, flat hike. Well they could not have been more wrong. As we ventured up the mountain, we quickly realized the hike was all up hill in switchbacks. It took us over an hour to get there and the rain didn't help much. ...
... rockier and looking less and less like a trail. It was getting pretty cold, and it was so windy in some spots that I almost fell over. I was feeling like maybe continuing on was a bad choice. Especially since I was alone. And I hadn't noticed the cable car going up anymore. Well long story short, after I had gone about 2 1/2 hours from Murren, and about 4-5000 feet up, I decided to head down. I hadn't seen another person in 2 hours, and I hadn't seen a ...