Travel Blogs from Leukerbad
... and we eventually won back my soggy washing.
A productive day at work, got lots of my jobs crossed off the list-hurrah! Yummy staff dinner from the No 14 kitchen of creamy mushroom pasta-sounds a bit dull? it really wasn't!
Massaging my boss tomorrow, hope he still thinks I'm worth it!
Snow is coming down like snowbodies business. Getting a good base on the pistes. . .apparantly:)
... we are in first class today, with large windows that curve up onto the ceiling so we get panoramic views of the mountains and villages we pass. The train wound through the valleys at first, passing village after village that looked like fairy tales. After a while Lisa and I realised that the whole country essentially looks like a ski resort. There are wooden homes with slanted roofs and little carvings on the roof peaks. A lot of the ...
... to go to Grindelwald and change trains, and perhaps walk around that village. On the stop before Grindelwald, called Grund, the following exchange occurred:
Dad: Want to get out here to stretch your legs?
Julia: Grindelwald is next. We will get out there.
Dad: I am going to step out for a minute. I am going to leave my backpack here.
(Dad steps off the train, ...
... stand at the ledge of the ski trail with my arms out for a flying feeling - a little Titanic if you will, but nope, I settled by taking in the sights, pictures and videos. The beauty of going up the Schilthorn instead of Jungfrau is actually being able to see Jungfrau across the way and take photos of it. You can't take full pictures of Jungfrau if you're actually standing on it :P
... become my souvenir of choice! Julz also bought luka his first Swiss army knife (a mini but very real version) and Ana picked up a st Bernard soft toy which she has named Bruno (this is actually after our very friendly receptionist in the next instalment) The final thing of mention in interlarken was our experience at the apoteke. Ana had a terrible cough so we decide to see if we could ...