Brienzersee - Casagrande Holiday
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Swiss Rail Adventure 5-09-14
Today after a rather short nights sleep we all met for breakfast at 07h45
then slowly made our way to Wengen station to catch our train.
Wengen is a small town situated right on the edge of a massive cliff and is
only accessible by train and cable car and so other than a few small industrial
carts the streets are virtually vehicle free.
While exploring this area aboard my motorcycle I have often seen this town
from the tops of ...
... Hicups, speedbump, roadblock aside…I am eternally grateful for the time we've had here in europe with my little family. At the beginning of the adventure, the most exciting part of the trip for me is when we pass our luggage off to the handlers at the airport, we sit down with a coffee and sigh of relief that all the packing is done and we can start to dream about what is to come. As I mentioned at the very ...
... our other plans had meant we had not gone on a planned 2hr guided city walk, so the train would have to do to get some on some of the city landmarks. We had about an hour to fill so we checked out some shops - Joe investigating outdoor shops for waterproof day backpacks and me finding a black jumper on sale for $9. The little motorised blue and white train with two wagons chugg-chugged around while we listed to the commentary. The ride was ...
... Wonderful with a white wine sauce and shrimp. Tomorrow will be a get acquainted day with this city. Judy and I will go for the walk with the group which should last an hour or so and then we'll head out on our own. The city is so clean, River runs through it...the Reuss River. There is a beautiful wooden bridge lined on the outside with flowers that crosses the river from our hotel side to Old ...
... the cake we wanted and bring it back. What a good idea. There were so many beaut choices. Slasher decided on a cassis torte and I had a rhubarb tart. That was lunch! And the sun had come out!
Back in Cesare, we turned on Chantal again to get us to Lauterbrunnen. It was only about a 20 minute drive, but on winding roads. We drove through trees and got glimpses of the huge bare cliffs towering over us. In Lauterbrunnen, we just kept driving until we came to our ...