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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Silberhorn Wengen
Right in front of train station, very convenient. Wonderful views all around, breakfast is good. Our room comes with a balcony, spacious, nothing to complain.
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... Kinda fun. They are very slow - about 30 mph at most. It gave me an opportunity to take in the beauty. The town I'm visiting is a car free town named Wengen. It's part of the Jungfrau Oberland region. Also, Jungfraujoch, the highest peck in Switzerland is here. The only way in these parts of the Swiss alps is by train. I think it's fantastic. It keeps the landscape pristine. The train tracks take up very little land. They are much more narrow than a normal track and ...
After descending the 250 metres down into the Saustal Valley, it was a further 90 minutes hiking to go. I finally got back to the top of the Grutschalp chairlift at 5.20 pm, more than seven hours after I started the hike and I was very tired. The chairlift took me down to Lauterbrunnen where a train took me back up the mountain to Wengen and my very welcome hotel. A very difficult but satisfying day out! ...
... and money to catch the train back up to Lauterbrunnen. On the trip back I organised to meet up with Jason the following day and do one of the local hikes. Felicity and I stopped by Air Time Cafe for one of their recommended meat pies and coffees and then I spent the afternoon napping and coming down from my adrenalin high.
Late in the afternoon I met up with Felicity again and her friend Donna and we walked into Lauterbrunnen and up to the waterfall that ...
... while Ben went ahead to find out where stops. It was a good thing we had rain jackets on because we would have been soaked. When we made it to the end Maddox and I took a quick look around and headed back down. Ben took a few pictures and followed, carrying Carson in the backpack.
After that, we loaded everything up in the car and started the 4 hour drive home (which turned in to 6 because of road construction!)
... part. When the rock has taken over and eliminated any chance of vegetation or homes to prosper on the mountain across the way, you wonder if this is what other worlds are like. Solitary. The wind droning between the peaks blows away any sense of calm, as if peering over a precipice hasn't already done that.
After half a day of hiking up, we still hadn't reached the summit. No Empire State Building, Twin ...