Wellness & Spa Hotel Beatus
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... trains and went down to Lauterbrunnen to change out of the ski boots and I was to catch the train an hour later and meet Ruth in Wengen. I managed to take a number of lifts but was cutting it fine for the train so I skied down to the railway station above the Innerwengen chair lift and only caught the train for the last bit.
After this we looked around Wengen for a while before catching the train back and heading to the hotel for a freshen up and ...
... that I could not have predicted when I sat down in the Calgary airport at the beginning of our European vacation. How happy am I that we had the opportunity to meet these people.”
…and then I thought…”I now know EXACTLY what I am going to do with that frozen Raclette cheese in my freezer when I get home!” right before I accepted another serving of the most delectable Swiss liquors.
... per person, gulp!) whilst we (well Liz, are not meanies, it just doesn’t seem like good value when you can get a 3-Day unlimited pass including one trip to the Top for CHF 235 or less if you have a Swiss attractions discount card. We have finally decided that we should come again and stay longer with better organisation to increase the value for money. Maybe a multi-centre holiday is the way to go with a minimum of 5 days at each point on the itinerary? (Who Knows?)
As you ...
... and then it sounds like a gun shot, but it is ice or rocks falling from the cliffs. It is such a peaceful walk with amazing views and crisp clean air. Oh how good it is to be alive!
I arrive in Lauterbrunnen and take the train to Interlaken where i walk back to my chalet. It will be an early night tonight. I am feeling a little worn out, so i will rest up tonight.
Tomorrow is meant to be another sunny day, but snow is expected the day after
... sort of, from the guide book). Although very touristy, there was some pretty cool ice sculptures; the experience was ... sorry to use to an already used term ... Cool! On exiting the ice cave, you walk out onto the Dachstein suspension bridge, which is the highest in Austria, and sits 2, 700m above sea level. Not one for the faint hearted, and even more so taking into account the gale force wind blowing up the mountain, buffeting the bridge threatening it with its very ...