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... side of Jungfrau. By that point in the day we didn't have enough time to safely make the journey to the closest mountain hut for our supper meal and back, so we took our time along the first part of the trail before heading back to the complex.
Inside the caves again we found our way to "Alpine Sensation", an interactive, multimedia, walk-through experience that takes a historical look back at the birth and construction of the Jungfraubahn, and all things ...
... down the hill. We walked from the station into town, passed a Japanese garden, wandered for a little bit, then went back to Cafe Schuh to have lunch. This is where we had "lunch" of cake and coffee the other day. We had to walk around a couple of huge St Bernard's lolling in the cafe next to their owner. The restaurant was busy, but they found a table for us. We had a lovely meal while watching the rain pour down outside. Slasher ...
... a sweet dog that reminded me of Peaches wanted some serious attention. I picked out a package of cheese and put the money in a lock bin in the mini-fridge. The farmer came downstairs and opened the basement door to show us his stockpile of wheels of cheese and wine. On an unrelated note, Bill James has decided to become a “gentleman-farmer.”
After that, we stopped at a picnic table to enjoy one of our packed lunches. Let me tell you this about Bill ...
... shop where I got some
lunch, some gloves and some drinks. I then returned back to the main
lodge building, going over this great bridge that went over this
raging river. I quickly got ready to go and then headed back to the
reception area to meet the group. I also picked up an internet card
while I was here but there was no chance to use it at the moment, I
could use it when I came back from the mountain. We waited at
... as much water or fountains) is the most beautiful place I have ever visited. It is renowned for its waterfalls and this is because it's a massive valley between 2 mountains in the magnificent Swiss alps. Our campsite was situated in front of Stalbach falls, a delightful sight to wake up to each morning!
Interlaken is a small town just down the road from Lauterbrunnen (20min on train or bike) ...