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... still had to stop and take
Finally into the main building and rather than wait for the lift I decide
to use the stairs. Well, one would have thought going down 5 flights of stairs
would be a rather easy task but at a altitude of 3454m it soon took the energy
out of me and I began to feel slightly dizzy.
Into the restaurant and I grab a seat right by the window with a
magnificent view. All I wanted here was a nice hot cup of coffee but as ...
... dinner and a very welcome rest.
Postscript: From previous experience Jeannie was a little apprehensive about the border crossing into Switzerland and sure enough we were pulled over and our boot opened. Jeannie's rusty German may have been the only thing that saved us having to open all our luggage - and we were especially relieved when we saw another vehicle apparently being put on a hoist for inspection underneath. The Swiss do take it all quite seriously...
... to Wengen via the blue run and Ruth, JJ and I caught the train. Alex was first down to the station and had enough time to go shopping before joining us on the train to Lauterbrunnen.
At the bottom we tried to go to the shops but they had closed early because of new year so we headed back to the hotel, just in time for dinner. After dinner we started packing ahead of the departure the next day. However, we then had the evening meeting and this was ...
... villages of Murren and Gimmelwald are on the west side of the Lauterbrunnen Valley; Wengen, Kleine Scheidegg, and the Jungfraujoch that we visited yesterday are on the east side of the valley that extends south from Interlaken.
When we came down from Schilthorn, we stopped in the village of Gimmelwald that along with Murren is perched high atop the ...
... on wifi to see if I can call the came to let them know to pick Lisa up. I hear a man in a thick sung French accent (that's the difference between the France French and the Swiss French... My kinda French) let Lisa know there is a car coming. Obviously he knew where Lisa was going as Crans-Montana is like K-W, but extremely lower population numbers and on the side of a mountain. I think some locals dread the summer there because they know 'we' are coming. ...