Hotel Garni Bergheimat
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... changes today ...fun fun well done the first ...more amazing scenery and then jump on e second ...pretty damn fancy ...big area upstairs for a bevy or two. But it's so hot up there .very warm day here in the alp ...might have to go to the snow tomoz. The trains aren't designed for over 30 degree days !! They say it's rare today ...but it's getting hotter as the week goes on !! Not complaining !! I manage to get to ...
... consists of two single large capacity cars which each hold 80 or so
After about a 10 minute trip we arrive back into our hotel town of Wengen
where I make for a quick visit to my hotel room and then back out to catch the
train down to Lauterbrunnen.
Its only a 15 minute trip on this train and as soon as I arrive in
Lauterbrunnen its off to my best Swiss coffee shop for my usual mocha
Sitting outside in the sun below all the ...
... for the chair lift station which looked in a slight state of disrepair - put it like this, we did not stand for long on its viewing platform - the corroded rebar and concrete looked a little menacing. It was absolutely freezing at the top; fortunately we were carrying full thermal kit, which I proceeded to exchange for my Tshirt, now wet from effort. Replacing my equally damp fleece with a thicker one, I lifted my head to the view.
On both ...
... Hivana, she's Brazilian working in Portugal as a professor, she's doing research on the genetic makeup of a bacteria that's eating up the oil pipeline in Russia but owned by Portugal. She's in Dublin doing an intense study of Engkish speaking.
3. Dublin- Claire, she's French but going to school in London studying linguistic. She collects stamps & stbx city mug as well. Learned so much about Gaelic.
4. Dublin- Aidn- Finance, talked during flight to London, he ...
... morning. I can not get over how beautifully the clouds seem to rest on and around the peaks. We detoured into a valley to look for lunch and stopped at the first restaurant we saw that looked open (tipped off by the five old guys sitting on the patio having a lunchbier). It appeared initially that the only staff there, a sweet woman who offered us a menu, spoke no English (and we speak no...Swiss?) until the owner and chef of the place came out to greet us. He ...