Hotel de Moiry
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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What a magic day! Last week here, in Lauterbrunnen, it was -5 degrees and it's been raining since then. Today the sun came out and temps were in the early 20s. A real treat because this was the day we conquered the Jungfraujoch. Well, conquered probably isn't the right word; rode up in a train inside the north face of the Eiger and emerged via high speed lift at the top of Europe! The temp there was a bit chillier at -1.2. Even needed my woolly hat, but ...
... the next 6 weeks, or however many weeks it is until the 19th of June. My first few days here were overcast, so didn’t get the full impact of the spectacular views of the mountains from the valley in which Lauterbrunnen is situated. However, even when cloudy the area is an eerily beautiful place with clouds hanging low, hugging the mountains while waterfalls fall from the ...
... and rock formations as we hiked up to Murren - and Eric, an Army/fitness instructor who we got along with so well that we met up with him again in Munich, as well as a British girl named Beth who we'd previously met in Interlaken) All these ingredients - the landscape, the low stress, the great people - combined for a magical time. Who knew that 15 degrees, cloudy, with slight drizzle could ...
... 10:55am lift up the mountain, and we are glad we did! The view of the mountains was spectacular. We stopped in the revolving restaurant at the top viewing site and feasted on a 4 scope ice cream and sorebet sundae with fruit for two - it was our own version of the Monch, Jungfrau and Eiger mountains surrounding us. By the time we finished our feast, the fog had slowly worked it's way up the mountain and was beginning to obstruct the view on on ...
... off. Each family will own about 20 cows. We never saw a large herd. At any given mountainside, there are little cheese-making chalets. We stopped at one to get a cheese spread sample platter. The cheese is so tasty and creamy. I love Swiss cheese!
Switzerland is so expensive! To get a dinner of fondue and bread is 25 CHF or about $30 each. Spaghetti dinner for 2? $70. Small cup of coffee? $5 (that serves about ...