Bel Air Eden
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... for them to get back. Once they returned, Jill decided to spend the day at the chalet as she got massively sunburnt yesterday at Mt Titlis (major panda eyes!) so she needs to have a day off from the sun. Jeff, Bev & I decided to have a look at the Gletscherschlucht (Glacier Gorge). Had lunch first at the gorge restaurant and then went for a walk through the interesting though not particularly pretty gorge. Part of the walk is along a tunnel cut directly into ...
... until most things closed at 6 or 6:30. Then we headed to dinner at one of the two restaurants in our hotel complex where we had all you can eat Mongolian BBQ. We wanted to go to the sauna but it closed at 9 so we just hung out in our room to plan our next day and ...
... and one
really has to hold on for dear life.
The scenery outside is magnificent as we head up the pass but I am more
intrigued by all the flywheels and mechanical motion etc inside this locomotive.
On the sidewall of the cab are a full set of spanners together with oil cans
etc. Unlike todays modern electric trains this old loco requires a lot of care
and maintenance. There are wonderfully polished brass oil cups and oil
lubricators situated ...
... style sardine mush that tasted better than it looked. But the final 'assault’ never occurred, and I cruised into Grindelwald still full of guacamole and sardines at 5.30.
Thankfully my Swiss hosts for the evening had unintentionally cooked up a non-too heavy vegetarian meal of cheesy swiss maize with tomato & vegetables, as they would have had no idea I didn’t eat meat. They had been informed ...
... font-family: Helvetica; font-size: medium; line-height: normal; -webkit-tap-highlight-color: rgba(26, 26, 26, 0.296875); -webkit-composition-fill-color: rgba(175, 192, 227, 0.230469); -webkit-composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">Driving south out of Interlaken, the valley forks. The left hand fork takes you up into the Grindelwald valley; the right takes you to Lauterbrunnen. Each valley runs for about 10km ...