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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... aboard this lovely steamer is
all but over and we arrive back into Interlaken and board our train for
Lauterbrunnen. This train consists of 14 coaches but will split half way so one
must make sure they are in the correct portion. Again we are simply left to work
this all out as there is no sign of our ghost tour guide.
As we make our way to the correct platform the "Ghost" finally arrives and
is running up and down trying to count the numbers and make ...
Tuesday. Not knowing if the all night thunder storms would keep us off the glacier we awoke and dressed in the required clothing layers just in case. The decision was made to hike the glacier but no dog sledding today. A short walk took us to the city bus stop for a one hour ride to the base of the mountain. Two gondola rides later we arrived and thankfully John agreed to stay with me ...
... Paula, Bec, and Jess. The six of us decided to go hiking along the top of the mountain surrounding the quaint village of lauterbrunnen. On our way to catch the cable car to the top for 8 CHF, we stopped by a tourist info station for a map of the mountain and it's waterfalls. In there I noticed they had paragliding available, so I signed up! I also convinced Matt to join too! My appointment was at 4 pm and Matt at 430 so we all had plenty of time for a nice hike. ...
... this much to our disappointed and drove towards Interlaken. We were going to meet Hans Lutziger (Isabelle's dad). The drive was through many passes and was absolutely beautiful. We reached Interlaken and met with Hans and got our plan for the next three days. It is amazing that people could be so nice, he does not even know us and he said he would take us around in Interlaken and planned out our ...
... and then continued on around the building stopping for more pictures every few steps. We had our sandwiches while admiring the view from the other side of the building, looking down over the valleys below and watching the tiny specks of people on the hiking trails snaking their way up and down. We then headed down the steps and along the ridge a short ways for a view back of the Piz Gloria and more incredible views all around us. While we were taking more pictures ...