Hotel Falken Wengen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
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The day started out, of course, with a steady rain but optimism that, just maybe, it would stop. It was 43 degrees when we headed out. Unfortunately, the rain really never stopped all day, so not as many pictures today. Fortunately, our route today was generally downhill after a couple of initial climbs. We followed Bicycle Route 9, and much of …
... and I couldn't be more happy. I made it to Interlaken, Switzerland. I had to run and get another train ticket to Lauterbrunnen. Unless I buy the Swiss pass, I have to buy individual tickets to my final destination. This is ok. I won't be traveling by train enough to justify the cost of a Swiss pass. It would set me back at least 300 CH (315 USD). The train changes from high speed to a cogwheel train. These Choo Choo trains are able to climb steep inclines into the ...
... whole of the other side of the steeply sloping grassy area between the top of the pass and the edge of the scarily steep cliff edge of the escarpment. The path down, and there is only one, was very indistinct; in fact I couldn't even find it!! For a time it was definitely a little off-putting. In fact, it took me over an hour to locate the path.
The photos probably tell most of the story from ...
... the change back in francs ... which can't be used anywhere else! So it was quite a business hunting through pockets and purses for as many coins as we could find to buy drinks and a bit of food so we didn't starve. Interestingly, Michelle was using zurichs to pay for her purchases ....not quite sure what currency that is ...probably a new Swiss one...
yesterday we went to interlaken. Another beautiful day. Apart from ...
... wrapped up with twenty odd men all swinging massive cow bells between their legs, walking around the stage then dividing into two and walking through the crowd and out of the camp site. I just grinned the entire time and felt blessed that once again I'd stumbled upon a festival that helped my jump straight into the culture.
That night I slept wearing a jumper and tights snuggled up under three blankets. I kept waking up throughout the night worried that I ...