Hotel de Moiry
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... until we found ourselves in the fun area where we spent over an hour sledding and tubing down the slopes! The snow was much firmer than at Mt Titlis so we didn’t end up with wet butts at all! After spending about 4 hours exploring, we finished up at the Lindt chocolate shop where Marc got a little crazy and suggested we get 1 of each flavor of the Lindt balls (which we ended up buying).
It was then time to head back so we got to ...
... trees, footpaths, rooftops.. Magnificent! We even witnessed mini-avalanches, waterfall on the mountains with rainbow in the middle. It was pretty amazing. I've come to the conclusion that anything and everything looks good with snow on top.
I have to admit, despite walking on pretty much a straight footpath with just one turn across the field full of snow to head onto another footpath, James and I got ...
... so green and better than I had imagined!
As we jumped off the bus at Camping Jungfrau the staff were setting up for a folk festival they were hosting that night. There were rows and rows of wooden tables and bench seats in front of a stage and positioned around a big tree in the middle of the area. The temperature was alot lower than I was used to and the brisk air made the hairs on my legs stand out.
After being allocated my cabin, room 111, I lugged ...
Today we took the most amazing adventure to the highest point in Europe.Jungfraujoch glacier on the Swiss Alps, Visiting the Jungfraujoch's eternal ice and snow is a once in a lifetime experience for Dawn and I. Riding the narrow cog railway to 11,300 ft (3,454 m) is a must. On the journey you pass by the foot of the notorious Eiger North Wall, through tunnels, past polar dog kennels, finally arriving at the heart of the ...
... at 9.39am, we were slowly pulling out of the station….poor guy had to run down the ramp just to be told he had to wait for the next train!
The view on the way to the top was breath-taking with huge snow-capped mountains and quaint villages surrounding every window. The train stopped twice as it went up at viewing platforms where it became clear that everything was slowly turning totally white. When we finally arrived at the top, it was minus 4 ...