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... then followed a residential area down a hill looking for a hike to do into the mountains. At one point we stopped for some photos and ended up being stalked by a cat for over 2 kilometers which was fun. We looked at train passes up the hill but it was getting later in the day and we instead decided to safe that sort of thing for a day that didn't have a torrential thunder storm. So as kiwis do, I decided the 18 kilometer walk back would be of ease and that it would ...
Up and packed and had our last breakfast at our lovely Lucerne hotel.
Bev & I waited at the hotel while Jeff & Jill went to collect our hire car - an epic saga taking about an hour and half due to having to upgrade the car a couple of sizes plus paperwork.
Just as Bev and I decided to start taking our cases up to the carpark (our hotel was in a pedestrian only zone), Jeff & Jill arrived. Excellent timing. Even with the bigger boot it ...
... after several attempts I gave up and
simply had to use my camera around my neck and just leave it to record video and
hope for the best.
This road twisted and turned like mad and as the handling was not too great
on this scooter I decided to keep the speed down, last thing I want is to fall
off and injure myself.
Finally back into Grindlewald I hand the scooter back in at the lower cable
station and then go in search for Pam & Peter.
I am ...
... spectacle of white beneath the huge mountain Eiger above. It was just beautiful. We parked and seemed lost but stumbled upon an ice hockey practice which was fun to watch. We then made our way through the town to the cable car for First. We passed a chocolate shop whose windows were filled with slabs of chocolate, which we hoped to visit on our way back but we ended up being too cold and wet.
Our cable car up to First was small and had enough room just for our family. It was ...
... good look at the map and we decided we would do a loop rather than head straight back down. Around the other side of Tshuggen and the Lauberhorn (mountains) and a nice fairly flat stroll of about an hour, lay Kleine Scheidegg, where we had been a couple of days earlier. From there, we could have taken a train down, but shoestring travellers we are! Besides we genuinely enjoy a good tramp! The track from Kleine Scheidegg to Wengen included walking down a World ...