Hotel Brienzerburli And Lowen
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... waterfall town of Lauterbrunnen where we changed
trains and headed for Interlaken.
The first train down the pass was extremely slow as it is a rack railway
and heads down the edge of a mountain but this train to Interlaken was more like
an express and despite the narrow track and sharp curves this train whisked us
along at quite a good speed
Here at Interlaken we had to change trains yet again but just like
yesterday we had to work out our own movements ...
... find them. You would think this an easy task but you literally couldn't see more than 20meters in front of you. After locating our position on the observation deck, we headed off into the white unknown and not 30 meters later found some stairs, and then a three storey building. We couldn't believe it was just there. We found the restaurant and had a light lunch, Joe ordering the smoked char fillet and salad and expected beef but ending up with fish. It didn't actually say beef. I had ...
... me for its actual size or the sadness surrounding it. How beautiful and moving it is. Sadly our visit was cut short due to a thunder storm and eventually torrential rain. Nev was frozen to the spot, caught in memories and the poignancy of this most beautiful monument. Previous to this visit, I had no idea of the why, history and how long it had been there. We had to get to our boat for our Lake cruise and ...
... so high, but he wouldn't keep still and I was getting really annoyed at him moving all over the place, then someone pointed out that I was talking to a post. It was at this point, I realised, I needed more air but all the hordes of tourist, were breathing it all in before I could. They eventually got me down to the bottom, but I had a terrible headache and felt really crook until 4-5 hours had passed. I was not feeling 100% still, ate some tea...went to bed early...and died...this ...
... were much smaller.
After dinner I did a brief "walkabout" up and down the main street for a short distance, and then went back to my room to check E-mail and get organized for tomorrow. This is a very quiet town, and there really doesn't seem to be much to do after dark. All the small coffee shops are closed, and there doesn't seem to be any night life.
Tomorrow I will be heading for the Jungfrau and "The Top of Europe", and hopefully the weather will co-operate.