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... t clear. I didn't want to waste 170CHF ($200) So when I noticed the weather clearing up, I made my way to the train station and purchased my ticket. Once you leave Wengen, the train climbs the mountains to Kleine Scheidegg, a quick stop where you can see skiers all around. The train enters the tunnel shortly after leaving Kleine Scheidegg. We have a brief stop at Eigerwand, where there was a window about 20 ft long and a 10 ...
... this modern locomotive has as it descends the
pass. An extremely clean and efficient machine indeed.
Finally we arrive back into the town of Brienz and its going to be a mad
rush over to the pier to catch the 15h40 ferry back to Interlaken. As I am the
youngest on the tour I was given the job of getting over to the pier and holding
back the ship for the rest of the gang.
On arriving at the pier there was one thing I certainly was not expecting
and that ...
... could see it in their home as if they had just walked out the door. One man could fix anything that broke as I was shown his ceramic bed pot under his bed. There was a hole on the side where he cleverly put a round dowel of wood to keep it useful. These people with the stories were so proud and happy to share their heritage and it was a pleasure to go back in time with their positive attitude.
The kids got on a ...
... met up with Mutti for a visit at Mövenpick where she was having lunch.
Mövenpick is a brand of Swiss origin ice cream. The ice cream has a "no artificial additives or colours" policy.
We had drinks. Rivella for T. Bring on the kaffe creme for me.
Rivella is a Swiss soft drink produced from milk whey and therefore includes ingredients such as lactose, lactic acid and minerals. It doesn't taste like any soft ...
... joined us for the view. There were scatters of icy snow around but it's not quite cold enough yet. After an amazing brownie, and a coffee that cost about $7 Australian, we got the worlds steepest cog train back down the mountain. It was such an old train and we were watching the driver control all the ancient looking buttons, gears and steering wheel. On the way down we saw mountain bikers and hikers venturing up and ...