Hotel Restaurant Schutzen
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... dorms. I've slept on the top bunk in all the stop overs so far and I like it. It was freezing in the log cabin but quickly warmed up and I was sweating by the time I fell asleep. The next day (today) was a full day of activities! We had breakfast and then left right away to a train station to go to Jungfraujoch. I knew the train was two hours there and two hours back but I didn't realize it's because the trains are slow as hell. Jungfraujoch is the highest ...
... the cashier behind Quick takeout. "Excuse moi ou est le notre dame?" to other pedestrians. Jason who despite speaking French fluent enough to have full on conversations would do the same thing and panic a little if people didn't reply right away. He later told me language is 90% confidence. I think life is 90 percent confidence. Everything you need to know and need to do is already there inside of you. You just have to be brave enough to let it ...
... but there was amazing scenery the whole way, so we weren't bored. The weather at the top wasn't exactly perfect, but it was still incredible to be on top of the Swiss alps! We were at about 3,600m, so the air was noticeably thinner, and took some getting used to. We went outside briefly to play in the snow, but it was very cold, and we didn't last long. We wandered through the museum they have there, all about the alps and how they built the railway. ...
... and hard to see! They have set up viewing platforms and lighting for some of the interior falls. Neat waterfall, though.
Next we drove across the valley to see Staubbachfälle, one that is smaller but a lot more visible. It’s a short but steep slog up the hill to the base of the cliff, where you get great views of the valley and the town of Lauterbrunnen. Then a little tunnel, followed by a walk along the side of the cliff. The nice views continue ...
... 6 KM), it was a rapid climb to Brunig Pass. At one point the road was a corkscrew tunnel that passed over itself twice. Descending down one of the smaller lakes, Lungern, we started another steep, twisting climb, finally arriving at Glaudenberg Pass. A Swiss soldier, on duty to assist hikers, was kind enough to help us activate a cell phone we bought for emergency calls. From there we rode to Schupfheim, then south to Sorenberg, where we ...