Hotel Croix d`Or et Poste
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... day. There were some amazing views from the top of this mountain. Running down the mountain is one of the world largest glaciers, the Aletsch Glacier. Eldon decided to get as far as he could to the glacier trail. You can actually get directly to it, but I didn't want to be left alone for the afternoon. So I asked him not to be gone much more then a half an hour. It was exactly 30 minutes, and he came back carrying ...
... the little houses to play in (complete with little beds, tables, chairs, dwarf HATS (favored by two little kiddos I happen to know VERY well), plates and even fresh alpine flowers in the vases left for gorgeous children to enjoy every day) …it was in a world INCREDIBLE.
I had mentioned above that to complete the trail, we were advised to have 2 hours. Ok. On paper good idea - 5km, 1hour to walk, downhill all the way, and an ...
... and to read our books whilst taking in the idyllic town in the middle of the Swiss Alps.
As the afternoon went on the light fog slowly became clouds covering the amazing view of the mountains from the ground and bring a light drizzle. We took this as the sign to leave the pool and go and explore the town and get our free gift. Visitors to Interlaken get a tourist card (or well at least we did from our hostel) which gave us a discount on the funicular up the closest ...
... we’d timed it pretty well, as we entered the tavern just after 3.15pm – i.e. plenty of time to find a back up if the game wasn’t on.
We were in luck, the Kiwi owner of the pub was definitely showing the game, so we sat down to enjoy the match, Oktoberfest beer in hand and pretzels to munch on. 4pm rolled around and with ol’ Justin Marshall (the worst ...
... and go to the top of Europe, to Jungfraujoch, sitting at 3454m above sea level. To be walking down a city street, with the mountains steeply climbing up into the clouds, with their snow covered peaks, is magical to see. To catch a train (three trains actually) climbing to Europe’s highest railway station, was an experience. Even to be able to see nothing when at the top, with a total white-out, at -6 C, was still not a disappointment. The train trips ...