Hotel Royal-St.Georges Interlaken - MGallery Collection
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Today it rained and rained then snowed then rained. Skydiving was cancelled due to the weather. Monika suggested we ride the train to Lucerne. The train route is called the Golden passage because the route is very picturesque. Seemed like a good idea to us. We walked to Interlaken ost station when we probably should have taken the bus. By the time we reached the station Cory's shoes and ...
... outing that we will definitely visit the supermarket & make use of our kitchen...otherwise we will run out of money really quickly lol!!
After dinner and beer we headed to the supermarket...which had closed by this time, so we'll go first thing in the morning. Now it's time to chill and watch some German Telly in our comfy apartment.
Tomorrow is decision day - Jungfrau or not... Haha!
See ya laterAndrea and ...
... sections of wall and towers still standing. It didn't seem possible to follow the route exactly as people have built up to the wall. Eating out has been very, very expensive in Switzerland, so we've split between eating at restaurants, and picking up food from the supermarket (the wiki travel guide we use, as its downloaded into pocket earth to use offline, recommends that the only way to eat budget is to buy from the ...
... to the top floor and worked our way down, slowly. We decided there was plenty of things we'd like to get, but we new we didn't have room for it in our luggage. Mom settled on two "tea for one" mugs with strainers, and I got a present for my sister. When we left the Bodum store, we started wandering back toward the train station. We wanted to go in a grocery store there to get a few food items to bring home. We were successful in getting our food things, gathered our ...
... drove to Lucerne, a small city approx 40 minutes from Zurich. The drive was awesome. Rolling green hills with cows and goats dotting the landscape. Old Swiss farmhouses with sloping roofs, scalloped edges, heart cut outs in the shutters, dark trim with white stucco. Some of the house look like perfect little gingerbread houses. I felt like Hansel and Gretel were going to pop out the front door at any moment! In fact, just being here brings to mind old children's nursery ...