Grand Hotel Regina Grindelwald
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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and friendly and supportive staff, plus Wengen itself with no vehicular access is a very relaxing village. I knew Grindelwald, one of the most popular tourist destinations in Switzerland would be quite different.
It's a pretty easy transfer, a train from Wengen (1,274 m) up to Kleine Scheidegg (2,061 m), change trains for one heading down the mountain to Grindelwald (1,034 m).
My fears about tourist numbers were confirmed as I ...
... barn where a large 500 liter pot of liquid cheese was rotating over a wood stoked fire. The rotator and the lights are the only electricity they have from a solar source. You can forget a hair dryer. The extreme temperature has to stay for at least a half an hour. They pull the pot off the fire and use the hot coals to dump in their wood burning stove to use for their dinner preparation. Nothing is wasted. The man then dips a large scoop ...
... see Interlaken and the Brienzersee to the North and we could see Grindelwald way down in the valley on the east. To the west, Wengen and Lauterbrunnen blended into one despite the difference in height of 500m.
... would be someone to check tickets before you get on the train, but it is easy to get on a train you're not supposed to. The $100 we had to pay was really the straw that broke our budget's back. Little (or big) unexpected charges have really added up (more on this later). Zermatt is a really interesting town. My Mom remembers it as a quaint little mountain town, but in the past 30 years, it has become a major ski resort. In the summer, the main street is still bustling with ...
... and I found a garden. Only, it wasn't just a garden. It was a Japanese garden, given to Interlaken from its sister city, Ōtsu, Japan. We found Dallin, who found the medicine he needed for his lip.
We decided to have dinner at the Coop. Only this wasn't just a Coop. First off, it was a big two story glass building. On the second floor was a whole cafe. It was fantastic.