Ambiente - Casagrande Holiday
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... and have always wanted to come here but having
been on my motorcycle its never actually been possible.
Wengen station is situated right on the edge of the cliff and while we
await our train I spent the time taking photos of the surrounding mountains. It
was a bit misty and not great for photography but still there were some
fantastic sights to take in.
Our train arrives right on time and leaves at 09h03. We are on our way back
down the pass to ...
... to trust me on this one as you can't currently go back and reference it…and I’m still having a hard time with breakfast…oh wait…we’re inSwitzerland…it was chococlate!), my most favourite part about any trip is beyond what we have planned to do, it is the unplanned, the unexpected that we carouse in.
This trip has had us see gorgeous family and friends in Scotland, been on beaches and lakes ...
... and the crackly audio fairly basic. It was interesting to hear though that at some of the old barber shops you can have a bath, and that the barbers can also do some minor surgeries!! (What!?). We did keep getting peeks at the wonderful snow capped alps through the buildings that were free of clouds today, and made me wonder just what it would be like to live here and see this all the time. After the train we returned to our hotel and ...
... the Lion monument , which depicts a lion representing a Swiss soldier, lying over and protecting a fleur de leis representing King Louis, beside a Swiss shield. Had a walk over the wooden bridge and took some photos of the buildings in the old town which have paintings on their facades. Tomorrow we explore some more and spend some time up a mountain. Hopefully the weather will ...
... t remember what it was until I saw it. It is a magnificent location. From our bedroom window we can step out onto a wooden deck and have a view of the waterfall and the valley. The Staubbach Falls have a drop of about 300 metres. They are named that because staub means dust and bach means stream. Apparently, when there is a breeze, the falls can look like dust. They were also an inspiration for Goethe who wrote a poem about them. We look out onto a sheer rock wall on the right, ...