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Enjoy the natural beauty of the Swiss Alps with our free day in picturesque Zermatt. We will experience the Klein Matterhorn where the views across the mountain peaks are spectacular. Thank heavens we did not have an early start as Phil has been has been sick since early this morning, so Barbara and Karen went with our travelling companions to the Matterhorn. We travelled on two gondolas to get to the top of the mountain. The first gondola held a maximum of six people, ...
We left our hotel after a nice breakfast in house and headed for the Simplonpass which took us from Switzerland to Italy through the Swiss/ Italian Alps. The pass could only be described as breathtaking. We encountered very heavy rain which unfortunately obscured magnificent views of snow capped mountains, melt fed waterfalls and deep valleys with captured clouds hiding lush farming land. Lightening and thunder also provided interesting diversity in an ...
A day to the"Top of Europe"
Today our group was to travel to the top of Mount Jungfrau by train. This
railway which takes thousands of tourists up here to Jungfrau every month is
extremely popular with tourists in that it is the highest railway station in
Europe and is known as "The Top of Europe".
After breakfast we all headed down to Wengen station and awaited the 09h30
train to Kleine Scheldegg which is the junction and terminus for the line to
With a forecast of mainly cloudy, but a strong desire to go hiking, we drove up the Saartal valley through Saas Grund, a little village sitting in the bottom at 1569m and drove up the narrow winding pass to Saas Fee, a little town sitting on a plateau at 1800m. A barrier across the road a few hundred metres out of the town directed us to a carpark, but with a height restriction of 2.2m, we opted for the field next to it. Although our van is within, ...
... It was like stepping back in time except for the improvement to the road plus a couple of extra short tunnels.
As we passed through the little villages and hamlets, some looked just as they had all those years ago; others were a little larger with the newer chalets mingled amongst the older ones. Each little hamlet had its own church, nearly all the houses had window boxes adorned with overflowing colours of pink and red, there were ...