- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... experience though, something you have to try while you are in town. Speaking of in town, it seems most restaurants here even charge for tap water. The running rate, 1.25 per small glass, no ice, filled up right at the faucet.
Tomorrow should bring my first cable car ride. Hopefully, we will have good weather, if not we will take off on the train to another place lower down the valley.
... meant I could get some amazing shots as the train hugs the cliff edge and makes its way up the mountain to Wengen.
Finally into Wengen and after a short walk we check into the Sunstar Hotel and immediately sit down for a quick dinner.
It was now 10pm and I had been on the go since 6am that morning and so after a very quick meal it was up to my room and head down.
Tomorrow is another early day and a good lot of trips around the area are planned so good night for now!!
... And for all those happy, smiley people walking down - sucked in - you won't be smiling on the way back.
And of course mr gobbey thinks everything is a race and made all efforts to be first back. Michelle and I know our limitations and were happy just to get back! However, if I could have beaten him, I would have ...!
so typically Swiss, the scenery is absolutely magnificent, it is peaceful and quiet - magnificent!
... so we will use the start another day) and we enjoyed an afternoon run in groomed conditions for the first part as the top third of the run had not been used much by the racers.
The steep pitches on the run were icy in parts and at one point I could still see the blue markings from the Lauberhorn race three weeks ago. However, apart from one fall, we both got down without incident. Then it was up the chairlift and down into Wengen before catching the train to ...
... If TV and movies have taught me anything, this whole room will be singing arm and arm with beer mugs clinking to the beat by the end of the night. Our bottomless pit of fondue comes and I am once again delighting in the fact that Swiss cuisine was apparently custom made for my taste buds. As the pot begins to get low, I hear a couple more voices start singing (it's happening!) Eventually, as the chef is making the rounds asking everyone if they ...