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Travel Blogs from Grächen
... again in a heartbeat. Adding to my bucket list: become certified to skydive alone. THAT is the dream, ladies and gentlemen.
And there ends the Swiss adventures for 2013. (Not really, we had the rest of the evening and night there, but let's end of the high and poetic note of a safe landing).
Switzerland, I left a part of my heart somewhere in your skies. Keep it safe for me. I'll dive out of another helicopter to visit it someday. All my love.
... you see after a quick shot up the nearby elevator past the complex's restaurant floors and onto the outdoor viewing platforms of "Sphinx", billed as the "Top Of Europe". The air was cold, the wind was fierce, the sun was blinding and the views were breathtaking. We stayed outside to marvel at the contrast of the amazing engineering of the complex and the wonder of nature side by side for quite some time. We were well-prepared with baselayers, fleece and wool sweaters, toques, and ...
... down the hill. We walked from the station into town, passed a Japanese garden, wandered for a little bit, then went back to Cafe Schuh to have lunch. This is where we had "lunch" of cake and coffee the other day. We had to walk around a couple of huge St Bernard's lolling in the cafe next to their owner. The restaurant was busy, but they found a table for us. We had a lovely meal while watching the rain pour down outside. Slasher ...
... 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 ...
... a few times and moved really fast which made it a little scary but exciting at the same time! The gondola ride was about 800 metres high, straight up a cliff face. Once we arrived at the top there was a train there about to head off towards Murren but we decided to hike half the distance and then take the train the rest of the way. The hike was really beautiful- incredible views of the valley below (Lauterbrunnen) and the green ...
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