Hotel de Moiry
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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Long drive from Paris to our destination in Switzerland (10 hours) - didn't seem as long though as we had introductions on the bus, MOST of them quite entertaining and so killed a few hours at least. Lauterbrunnen... is... STUNNING!! We were down in a valley surrounded by sheer cliff faces, snow-capped mountains and waterfalls. The local township was pristine and gorgeously quaint! We toured up ...
We walked into town and bought tickets to MURREN. We thought we would wait until we got there before buying tickets to Shilthorn. There was a good view of the valley and the upper meadows, WENGEN etc from the cable car and the cog railway that goes along the ridge. The Japanese tourists let out an exclamation when the sun shone on the mountain peaks. We walked into MURREN and onto the cable car lift to Shiltern. We caught ...
... into Lauterbrunnen. Along the way, we saw some BASE jumpers and even one that hadn’t deployed his chute yet. At first I thought it was a giant black bird making a beeline for some prey, but then a big chute came out of the "bird’s" back. It was frightening just to watch!
The walk was pleasant; we saw cows and sheep (you can tell which tour members are from the country because they’re not stopping to snap pictures of farm animals), ...
... Barns stuffed with hay and fire wood for the winter stacked everywhere somecould think to stack it. The trail we are on must also be used by the sheep or goat ranchers because there is animal poop everywhere and is a constant source of heckleing, bad jokes, and the occational smoosh to the delight of the others unsmooshed (this time). Good thing it is raining and the trail clears up from the fecal hazzards toward the end to ...
... we parked in such a tiny charming village and looked for a café or market that would offer the chance to justify use of their toilets with a purchase.
Public toilets would, of course, be unheard of in such a small village – our European friends have survived for centuries, millennia even, without this patented American luxury. The Romans apparently were among the first to use public toilets, and I wondered if Julius Caesar and friends ...