Hostellerie am Schwarzsee
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Awoke to the sound of rain on top of the fun bus so went back to sleep! Woke up much later and it was still raining so we decided to have a late breakfast/brunch, Mmmmmmmm how I love the smell of bacon sizzling in the pan. Around noon it finally stopped so we had a walk into Interlaken, yes a walk even though the buses are free we walked!! Had a lovely few hours fighting the rising torrent of Japanese/Chinese tourists in the shops, they must pay pretty well over there or the exchange ...
... and three exhibition-type areas. Each section is numbered, with the intention that you proceed through each section numerically. Unfortunately for us it was the off-season, so around a third of it was closed for renovations (including the Lindt shop and tobogganing), so we started at number 7, skipped number 3 and finished with number 4. The most memorable bits of the first two exhibitions were a giant snow globe with moving ...
... We spent a bit of time there each day enjoying the different pies. The evening was spent in our little cabin enjoying a drink and some Swiss chocolate.
The next morning we woke to the same, if not worse weather. It was cold, cloudy, and rained on and off all day. We wanted to go up the Shilthorn which is the 2nd highest accessible mountain in Swiss alps. you need clear weather to go up otherwise you will not see anything, ...
... our next bottle of wine. For dinner we had a delicious sausage on a fresh bun and fries! After dinner I went for a walk in town with one of the Aussie's. It started to snow and you should have seen the look on everyone's faces as most of them haven't seen snow! Turned into a big snowball fight. Obviously the Canadians won even though there aren't many of us! Haha. Everyone was in bed by 11 as everyone is trying to get better. Tomorrow is a big travel day. Off to ...
... to a stone church that we liked the looks of, and poked around in a couple of convenience stores looking for something tasty for tomorrow's lunch on the train. We were indecisive though, so we didn't end up buying anything.
When we got back to the hostel, we decided to grab some fries in the restaurant. They brought us a basket of fries, water with ice in it (the first drink with ice we've had since the flight here) and a pitcher to help ourselves ...