Beauregard - Casagrande Holiday
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... waterfall town of Lauterbrunnen where we changed
trains and headed for Interlaken.
The first train down the pass was extremely slow as it is a rack railway
and heads down the edge of a mountain but this train to Interlaken was more like
an express and despite the narrow track and sharp curves this train whisked us
along at quite a good speed
Here at Interlaken we had to change trains yet again but just like
yesterday we had to work out our own movements ...
... or four, but FIVE, count’em 5 strollers…I have to say that Bob Jr. tops the charts on a multiuse single stroller…built (but not advertised) for two, and has quite likely single handedly saved our marriage on innumerable instances on this trip.
With the ease of one hand, he drops to the ground and comes back to life with the click and pull of a button. He carries his weight +++ in children, plus groceries, ...
... absolutely beautiful city and I will definitely come back.
Following lunch at a food court in a grocery store, we took a boat ride to the base of Mt. Pilatus. From there we rode a cog railway to the peak. Unfortunately we had rain and fog all day so we really couldn't see anything. The locals assured us the view is beautiful and told us we would have to return ...
... at coop restaurant, which is a cool buffet style restaurant owned by a supermarket company. Yesterday we had an amazing lunch, Nikki had beef schnitzel, chips, veg and gravy and I had sausage, chips,veg and gravy! It was yummy! Didn't cost to much and we were able to pour on as much gravy as we wanted onto the giant pile of hot chips they have gave us! We raced from the lucerne train station through the cold and made it in time!! Our hot chips ...
... 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, ...