How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Grindelwalderhof
Travel Blogs from Grindelwald
... br> Drove nearly to the end of the valley admiring the amazing scenery until we met an unfriendly man giving us a wave. Pretty sure it wasn't the Swiss salute he was doing. Grumpy old bugger.
Back to Grindelwald to collect Jill and head into town for dinner. Yummy Indian tonight. Jeff drove Bev home while Jill and I walked back to our Heidi House seeing she hadn't done anything physical today. We both looked in a few shops along the way and (eventually) found our way ...
... station first.
With my rucksack on my back and cameras around my neck off I go down this
rather steep tarred road right down the edge of the mountain. Riding this
scooter took a bit of getting use to. It just wanted to fly down these steep
hills. The brakes were not the best and I was pulling on them like mad just to
keep the speed down.
With the scenery as it was I stopped several times and tried to mount my
video camera somewhere on the ...
... path had been well marked by others, thankfully. There was one spot which freaked me out as we made our way along a cliff edge on slippery ground with nothing to protect us. The kids and ro were all fine but I didn’t like that bit. We walked over little streams, past a bar which is open in winter, up and down until we reached the Lake. Well, it was worth it. The photos can explain. Just picturesque. Blue Lakes, mountains surrounding us, crisp blue sky and fresh white snow. Wow! ...
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... fairly comfortable. Around here is the starting point for the train ride to the "Top of Europe’ known as the ‘Jungfraujoch’. I’m sure it is amazing but at NZ$350 it simply was not worth it & Ian says from experience the views we were seeing (Pardon the pun) were up there anyway.
Then the fun began. I used ...