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... a photo taken. We warmed up with a lunch of bratwurst, rosti and raclette cheese (I literally couldn't be any happier). The kids slept for most of the descent and it was a pleasant surprise how warm it was back in the valley. We then drove to Laurerbrunnen which is down the valley towards Jungfrau - this is the waterfall place mentioned in a previous blog....we took a fairly steep climb next to the ...
... hotel is on the French side of the border. The hotel prices were very expensive on the Swiss side. The hotel is a bit daggy on the outside, however the inside was clean and had new carpet. The room was tiny and the bathroom was one cubicle shower/toilet. Greg had cans of beer that were not cold so he stuck them outside on the window sill to get cold. The only place for dinner was up the road at another ...
... up 2000' up side of a mountain which looks out over Interlaken. She's starting to get used to this. What a view! We returned tonight at 6:30, cleared our bill with the hotel, packed bags and showered. Ready for our train to Lucerne at 7:06 am. A two hour ride.
It takes a while to add photos so I don't put in too many. We've taken hundreds plus ...
... I have had a nice introduction to Switzerland, and although it would have been nice to see a little further afar, I do feel that it was an interesting experience. Still, I am rather excited to come home and see my family and friends! I have missed you all!
PS - Don't think that you can get away with not reading my blogs now! I am off to Belgium on the 22nd for the Concert Band Music Tour - so I'll be back! :)
... were fortunate enough to have the same beautiful skies today. We drove up the mountain about 15 minutes away to Lauterbrunnen. From there, we got on a train that started going further up to a smaller town, only accessible by train, called Kleine Scheindegg. On the way, we could start getting views of the mountains ahead and of the small towns below we had passed. At Kleine Scheindegg, we get off that train and get directly onto another that ...