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... entrance is via an inclined lift section hollowed out in the rock. All of this is to the usual Swiss standard i.e. quality concrete, very substantial walkways and handrails plus double insulated electrics and lots of Earth bonding wires, just in case.
The pictures (and videos if I can upload any) will hopefully do it justice.
Major disappointment in the shop which had lots of serviette packets but made very little of the Trummelbach brand (they need to get their ...
... up my toes. At the top we followed the snowy trails to the overlook. The views of both the mountains and the falls were extraordinary. I know John could have stayed up there for hours...cold fingers and all. I am glad that we didn't give up on our quest to reach the top.
Even though we had a long walk down and back to the train station we were not warmed up and we just wanted to get back to Interlaken. We are in another 6 dorm bed, which is almost full. We made a ...
... br> The Chalet is a little tricky to get to due to it's location. As I said I flew into Geneva and then caught the Bernese Oberland railway to Fruitigen ( as a Guide member I got a special rail discount card) from Fruitigen I then caught the AFA bus to Adelboden Oey bus stop and then you'll either need to walk or arrange for a lift from the Chalet- it really is worth arranging a lift- the hill up is a killer!
Adelboden definitely comes ...
... high altitude exercise. A bugs in the face face, and a few hours later we recited for our cycling careers just as it began to rain. Our afternoon was occupied by that great cultural Swiss game of "bowling". Excited to assert our dominance in an American game, we chose scoreboard names carefully. Mark was Bubba Watson and I was Ronald Reagan.
we are about to get a good night of rest because to,or row we are off to Italy. Talk to you from Turin!
... Guyer-Zeller, the visionary behind the project passed away in April 1899 due to pneumonia.
Further sections of the railway were completed in 1899 and 1903, but construction was interrupted for a time in 1905 due to financial problems, and all workers were "given their notice". Eventually these problems were overcome and the work resumed. There were a number of accidents during construction, including an explosives accident in 1899 that claimed the lives ...