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... up, then it heated us up. They eventually brought out a little bowl of boiled potatoes and a slab of cheese. Thank goodness for the kind gentlemen at the table next to us for showing me how to make it all work. The cheese went on the tray under the heat. Seems this dish is literally cheese and potatoes, which you scrape on at the table yourself. It was yummy, but I felt like it was more of a side dish. ...
... the wonderful waterfall town of Lauterbrunnen which is extremely scenic and has the best coffee shop in the whole of Switzerland. Every time i come to this part of the world I make a plan and head here simply for a nice cup of coffee.
As we left Lauterbrunnen it was quite dark and as always the wonderful mighty high waterfall over the town was lit up. Unlike all the other times I was here I could only stand in the street and take photos of this wonderful town but here on ...
... broccoli, carrots and potatoes, cooked to perfection by chef mark gobbey, it was an early night.
today was pottering around wengen. Then we decided to take the walking track to lauterbrunnen. OMG. Steep, steep track down ... The calves and thighs will know about it tomorrow .. For 4kms, then the walk back. Yep, not a good look. However, the walk back was supposed to take 1 hour 20mins - we did it in 53 mins. Pretty impressive ...
... km per h. Some of the runs on the hill have changed since I last skied here so it is interesting to remember the runs and look for the changes.
Our final run of the day was the Lauberhorn into Inner Wengen. We tried to get onto it at the start but it was closed for racing. As we passed over the run in the chair lift the race poles were being removed so we took another run and went back 20 minutes later. They were allowing the public to join the run just below the ...
... this! We made reservations earlier in the day and headed over to the lift around 7p.
We get into a cute little restaurant where we are clearly the only English speakers, if not the only non-locals. Shortly after we sit down, we're served a salad and traditional tea that are both very good as the accordionist starts playing. Oh did I forget to mention there's an accordion player that plays traditional Swiss tunes and sings all night? Oh yes, this ...