Turm Hotel Gracherhof
Travel Blogs from Grächen
... There was a tribute to the tunnel workers that passed away here (often freezing to death), and even a cavern which was a pleasant surprise inside the mountain. We walked through the Ice Palace which is frozen walls, floor and sculptures. Was amazing even though it was only half open with most of it being rebuilt. This is what is expected between seasons.
We ventured back out onto the snow to the Glacier Plateau where the Swiss flag was hoisted up on ...
We're up early again & this time we're going to the Swiss Alps. I caught the train with Sam, Eliza, Abbey & Dezi. It was about a 2hr train ride to get to the top of the Swiss Alps. We sat together and recited one liners from the movie bridesmaids & had the best laughs. Most of the time, we were **** talking. We finally got to the top & got off the train. Once there, we all went inside. That's where I lost Sam, Eliza & Abbey .. So Dezi & I ...
... and we decided to head into the Tschuggen area as it has trees, so we headed down the Arven run with JJ and I trying the speed slope. The times were much slower due to the standing snow on the run. Even so we both exceeded 80 km/h. We headed up the Honegg and over to the Tschuggen runs, which we did three times as it was much better light and the runs were quiet and in great shape. Then it was time to head back for lunch.
We all settled on a ...
... can answer everything and perhaps I should come back next week. This meeting is going to happen at 15.00 tomorrow ,at my insistence , as I would like all the facts before the body corporate meeting on Saturday which I will be attending- good luck to her is all I can say. Our homeowners can thank their lucky stars that they have Chantel looking after them. We then walked around the small town looking into the shop windows and then decided to take ...
... Lucerene turned into a frenzied departure of the city, So much for stopping and smelling the roses. The train ride took us through gorgeous country. We have both seen photos of the Swiss countryside, but none did justice to the beauty and lushness of the country. From Interlaken we continued on to Lauterbrunnen where we took the cable to Grutschalp. From there we transferred to a cog wheel train to continue our ascent to Murren at an altitude of 5,400 feet.
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