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... out of money but wanted to keep building, the government had him certified insane and interned him in a palace, 3 days later he and his doctor were found drowned in a lake! Sad but true but we do have this fantastic monument to visit. After our morning at Neuschwanstein it was time to move on. This was the first time we've had a problem finding a camp site (Fri night, school hols. festival in ...
... pose with. Hmmm, weird we thought. Turns out a well known Bollywood movie was filmed here about 10 years ago. If nothing else, the Swiss know how to capitalise on the tourist dollar (or Rupee in this case)!
Back down the mountain and after a look at the end of the valley and it's gnomes we headed off to Grindelwald. Jeff is doing a great job with driving on the wrong side of the road. Jill and I played the part of the naughty children in the back ...
... still in daily use.
Soon we left and this little four wheeled electric loco was pushing us
passengers in our two coaches up this very steep rack railway. If we thought the
railway a few days ago was steep at 1 in 4 then this line was even steeper and
must have been about 1 in 3 at many points.
As we climb higher by the minute we are signalled into a passing loop where
we pass another electric worked train followed by another with a steam loco ...
... end of Thuner See I reached Interlaken and the turning towards Grindelwald, meeting a Swiss cyclist on his way to Luzern who said he was too old for the Grindelwald road. I reckon he was only in his 40s, so obviously this filled me with confidence for what lay ahead. Weaving through Wilderswil I arrived into the valley leading towards the Grindelwald turning, and despite the weather it still made for an impressive sight, and a ...
... in leisurely fashion, the sun was shining and we were at peace with the world and....with each other! We moved in and out of tunnels for much of the way as we headed towards Interlaken and one of my favourite parts of Switzerland, the Jungfraujoch region, in the Bernese Oberland.