Das Hotel Sherlock Holmes
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... turn back but we stuck to it, one step at a time. Till finally we got there. It was hardest thing we have each had to do for a while. To finally make it there felt such an achievement. The hot chocolates were so worth it. Walking back down was a lot easier and we realized how far we had walked. The Ice palace was interesting walking on ice and along the corridor of ice. It was then time to leave and with a last look we climbed aboard the train and headed down. There are so ...
... and involved. Again we had a couple of drinks included so I figured I'd try the beer brewed on the premises. Yes, well out it came in a one litre stein.....it was very nice and I did eventually make my way through it all. Everything is so expensive in this country. Cost about 5 francs, roughly 6 or 7 AUD for a small bottle of diet coke. Souvenirs are super expensive, things like fridge magnets cost around ...
... we skipped our original plan for today which was a stopover at Mainau Island, a huge botanical garden on the German-Swiss border (supposedly like Buchert Gardens in Vancouver-which we haven't seen either). Instead, Chuck and I decided to show Sarah and Michael the Rhein Falls, just north of Zurich. It is the largest waterfall by volume in Europe, a mini Niagara Falls. It was pretty chilly ...
... from a spring and a shady spot on the porch of the chapel for us to sit and eat. Carol also attends to her blistered feet as they are bothering her. I am pretty beat and hurting but do not tell her, although I do offer to turn around and catch the bus. All I can say is that my wife doesn't have a lot of quit in her and wants to go on. So, onward we go, around a lake just pass Tannalp and then immediately start another climb which eventually goes to Balmeregghorn ...
... the last
waterfall home but the town we ended up in was basically closed so we had to
walk another hour to the nearest town and finally caught a bus back to Interlaken.
Needless to say I was sore the next morning!
Now we are off
to Munich, Germany and our connection layover is only 8 minutes so we are a
little worried we might miss our 2nd train! I will let you know if
we did in my next ...