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Travel Blogs from Grindelwald
... on the way down it had turned to a dirty brown from the mornings snow melt.
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We parked up in Lauterbrunnen, donned our hiking boots and grabbed the ...
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Mountains of Europe
12-05-13 Andermatt to Grindlewald
Today was to be a nice easy 50 or so mile trip on the bikes then a relaxing day on a train trip to the "Top of Europe" by train. However this easy day turned into a bit of a rather long day of well over 100 miles!!
When I woke up at 7am and looked out my hotel window into the streets of Andermatt I was extremely happy to see it was blue skies and the sun was shining high. I thought we were in for a ...
... and the journey ahead but with all the shouting between these Japanese tourists one cannot hear a word!! For some reason these people just cannot talk quietly to each other and seem to think the whole world needs to hear them!!!
This railway up the mountain is of course a rack railway and sure climbs some really steep gradients. As it leaves Grindelwald the line ahead looks more like a roller coaster than an actual working railway.
As we get higher and ...