Hotel Chalet Swiss
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... other guests were informed to eat from both buffet's which made for a
lot of confusion. They were treating us like school kids and as would be
expected there were a number of complaints.
Dinner over and it was time to relax. Tomorrow is a free day and a few of
us have plans to head for Grindlewald and explore some of the mountain railways
in the area. As we have rover tickets means we can simply hop on and off trains
wherever we want.
And that's it for today. ...
After my only night as the minority in the hostel, I woke up and dashed to the train station to catch the 10am train. I'm starting to accumulate more things like souvenirs and food but I don't have room for it and it weighs me down! My total pack probably weighs 25 pounds and it is not fun to carry. The train ride from Luzern to Interlaken is well worth the francs. Throughout the entire trip, I was surrounded by the beautiful Swiss Alps on either side. There were ...
Switzerland! I had gotten pretty sick by the time we arrived in the Swiss Alps, I think the flight from Brisbane to London made it worse despite feeling better before the actual flight and the river cruise in Paris didn't help either. By the time we were on our way to the Swiss Alps it got to the point where I was so out of it, anything anyone said went in one ear and literally out the other.. I was pretty much in ...
... just wholey ****! The view from the helicopter was insane, I got to go right up close to the snow, not touch it but man it was awesome. Then we went even higher and higher until finally it was time. They opened the door and I had to stand on the edge outside while the man got ready then he just jumped out. It was a 45 second free fall. I was just flat on my tummy looking down at the ground far far below. It was so scary and at ...
We did the Jungfraujoch as planned and what a spectacular day it has been. Alarm was set for 6.30 and we caught the 7.45 bus into Interlaken, walked along to the tourist info bureau to buy our tickets as they opened, followed by a stroll along to the station in order to catch the 8.35 train bound for the top. It takes over two and a half hours in total with a couple of train changes along the way to reach the ...