Hotel Le Meleze
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... of 11,500 -- the highest rail station in Europe.
While not perfect, the weather for our trip was spectacular to say the least. The top of the mountain had been socked in with heavy snow the day before so our day on the mountain was tolerable at best.
I ventured out on to the "Plateau" a exposed ice shelf with a sheer drop on one side and Europe's largest glacier on the other. Temperate was ...
... After descending to the base of the mountain, Josh and I did
a stroll through the village and decided to try the meat pies, deemed the best
in the world. Josh agreed that they were the best he had in Europe, but he’d
had some amazing ones as well back in Australia.
We did a bit more shopping and then went to our group meal
in the chalet. This was definitely a place full of charm, flavour and beauty.
We will definitely return!
... inside the mountain and still accessible. A very interesting UNESCO world natural heritage indeed.
We then did a stroll to Staubbach Falls very near our hotel.. Too bad the viewing point was closed during "winter months" although surely we are close enough to summer? It was impressive and really wonderful to stay at Lauterbrunnen. Everytime was closed on Sunday - that was how un-touristy it ...
... houses with flowerboxes, and a picture-perfect cemetery. The sun had come out by this time and most of the clouds had burned away, so it was starting to get quite warm.
Daniela walked us all the way through to the end of town, and then some of the group split off to take the train to Wengen/Maennlichen/Kleine Scheidegg, and some of us elected to stay in Lauterbrunnen. John and I briefly toyed with the idea of taking the train to Interlaken. Instead, we walked ...
... us. Everyone except Anne and Katie and Grant. I thought that being around the corner they wouldn't be able to see me. The least I could do was to move and be in their sight. It took a while but they finally came out and walked over. They talked to me as if I had had time to calm down, but I still couldn't speak. I raised my hand and turned my head. We all walked to the bus stop.
Anne asked around to see how much the bus was, but no one knew, they all had ...