Turm Hotel Gracherhof
- Minbar in room
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Grächen
... the ravine below & between 2 mountain giants) Camping Jungfrau in Lauterbrunnen. Fantastically helpful staff who sorted out all the train tickets and walking trail recommendations etc. Nice little restaurant (beware the MASSIVE portion sizes), awesome shop with daily baked bread and pastries etc, and heated deluxo toilets and showers.
Woke up on the day of our hike to a temp of 1 degree inside Milly and had to crack out my thermal leggings ...
... his harness back to front, something the instructor seems less keen about than Jack, as it would mean being cock to cock and face to face. The chopper lands and we're asked who would like to go first, it's me. This now is the scary bit, going up, every metre is another metre I have to fall and I am so pumped on adrenaline, fear propelled adrenaline. He holds the camera out and asks me questions, I don't remember what any of them are now, he starts going through the instructions ...
... rested, Paige, Ken and I looked for Kyle and Carl, as we were all going to hike down and then take the train back up. No luck on finding the guys, so the three of us headed down the trail next to the train tracks. At one point the trail forked and we choose the Lauterbrunnen direction versus Winterbraun (where the train was), which meant we were hiking all the way to the bottom where we had taken the gondola earlier in the day. We crossed ...
... feel our toes anymore we went back and re-joint the party for another pint. We chatted to a guy from our group named Graham and several other people and watched as a bit of dance party got under the way. Staying out the way we saw table dancing, twerking and even a large aussies guy from the other bus strip down to his pink leopard skin thermals. We made it to bed at 11pm before it got too out of hand but still heard a bit of the party everytime the door of the pub ...
... village of Gimmelwald (4593ft) which is Rick Steves favourite. Here I plonked myself in the first field of flowers for a photo stop. It is a very small traditional village with cows and goats and farmers that still cut hay by hand. Animals are housed in winter and their milk is used to make delicious alpine cheeses. There is a type called Appenzeller which is really nice. Its a semi firm yellow and a cross between a tasty cheddar, a nutty swiss, and a hint of ...