Grichting & Badnerhof Swiss Q Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... shabby after our 5 hours of sleep. As I stepped out on our verandah , I saw the rain was gone and it was a crisp, clear day with not a cloud in the sky. We had planned to spend our day going up to Jungfraujoch, the top of Europe.
We got on the 8.30 train which takes almost 2 hours to get to the top. The scenery on the way incredible with snow ...
... including three funicular rides and a bus ride we arrived at Trummelbach Falls, where we enter a cave to hear, feel, and see this forceful flow of water cascading through the center of a mountain. It is the result of the Trummel River as it forces its way through a narrow gorge. The entrance is a large metal elevator that takes you straight up a steep long incline. When you exit the noise is deafening as the water hits ...
... The first day, we went on a tour of the chocolate shoppe in Interlaken (purely for the free samples) and they lived up to the expectation of amazing swiss chocolate. I did, however, try a handful of 100% cocoa and I don't know if it was actually chocolate or just a display because I almost…anyway, all the other samples were amazing and we got a 8 franc voucher to buy more chocolate from the store and it too was awesome.
Another activity we did was that ...
When we arrived in Interlaken we knew it was supposed to rain, but we didn't expect so much rain, so quickly. Like, using an umbrella does nothing because the angle and intensity are so hard you are soaked in a minute kind of constant rain. Some time after we fell asleep last night it started and it poured for almost 24 hours. This was not great news for most of the people who came to Interlaken this week, self-proclaimed extreme sports ...
... house, or on a roller coaster. Super cool and exciting! The train wrapped and wound through mountains, lakes, rivers, Swiss countryside meadows and snow as we traversed French Switzerland, gained elevation and entered German Switzerland and the Alps. Rick helped us understand the regions we were passing through, the different villages and what we were seeing. We didn't see many cows, as it's now winter, but we did see some! The higher we got, the ...