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As it is rainy and cloudy today, we spent most of the day at the hotel, we did some much needed washing, (also Kaian is a bit sick so it was good to have a rest). Hopefully the weather is better tomorrow and then we can go up to the Jungfrau and to the ice palace! Here are a few photos I took yesterday when we arrived. Oh yeah, we had a lovely meal …
... up, then it heated us up. They eventually brought out a little bowl of boiled potatoes and a slab of cheese. Thank goodness for the kind gentlemen at the table next to us for showing me how to make it all work. The cheese went on the tray under the heat. Seems this dish is literally cheese and potatoes, which you scrape on at the table yourself. It was yummy, but I felt like it was more of a side dish. ...
... meant I could get some amazing shots as the train hugs the cliff edge and makes its way up the mountain to Wengen.
Finally into Wengen and after a short walk we check into the Sunstar Hotel and immediately sit down for a quick dinner.
It was now 10pm and I had been on the go since 6am that morning and so after a very quick meal it was up to my room and head down.
Tomorrow is another early day and a good lot of trips around the area are planned so good night for now!!
... And for all those happy, smiley people walking down - sucked in - you won't be smiling on the way back.
And of course mr gobbey thinks everything is a race and made all efforts to be first back. Michelle and I know our limitations and were happy just to get back! However, if I could have beaten him, I would have ...!
so typically Swiss, the scenery is absolutely magnificent, it is peaceful and quiet - magnificent!
... we joined them begin. At least we think that's what they were offering, we couldn't understand most of them. The actual hostel is adorable and kind of feels like a very large, old log cabin that has been turned into a camp for college age kids. It was complete with game rooms, a life size chess board, a lounge area where people were gathered watching a Jennifer Aniston movie when we arrived, and a cute little coffee shop. The outside had a live spring that was connected to the ...