Wellness Hotel Caprice
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... Drove nearly to the end of the valley admiring the amazing scenery until we met an unfriendly man giving us a wave. Pretty sure it wasn't the Swiss salute he was doing. Grumpy old bugger. Back to Grindelwald to collect Jill and head into town for dinner. Yummy Indian tonight. Jeff drove Bev home while Jill and I walked back to our Heidi House seeing she hadn't done anything physical today. We both looked in a few shops along the way and (eventually) found our way ...
... they expected up to 40 cm & I reckon they'll get it. The trip up to Kleine Scheidegg this morning was through a white wonderland. Pity the visibility and uncleared trails meant skiing was too risky but it was worth the trip just to see it.
Back at the hotel for pre-dinner beer and complimentary potato crisps, the nightly ritual I really enjoy. Then into the dining room for dinner wondering about ...
... br> I boarded my last and final train up the mountain to our town of Wengen.
It was now well after 6pm and after a great day it was time to relax. Just
sitting here on the balcony looking over the Alps with a drink is simply just a
great way to make the best of a great day.
Tomorrows plan is to head once again up to Kleine Scheidegg then take the
fantastic train journey to The top of Europe!! Lets just hope the sun shines as
the views from up there are just ...
Stunning...beautiful...breathtaking...a wesome...I think I'll run out of words to describe this part of the world! We could easily stay here for a week taking in several alpine walks and just enjoying the scenery!! We woke this morning to light rain and fog with the promise of cold weather as the day wore on...and we weren't disappointed.! We bordered the train for our ascent to Jungfraujoch - on the highest railway in ...
... mountain chalets, dark brown complete with boxes of bright red geraniums beneath each of the windows, wooden shutters opened to each side, long wooden balconies stretching across the front of the house on each floor and a carefully stacked pile of neatly chopped firewood ready for winter.. The pastures are all mown - hard to believe, but from our campsite, we have watched the farmers mow the fields with a push mower, then carefully rake the cut grass into ...