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... where there were viewing vindows cut into the mountain’s north face. This mountain along with the Matterhorn and Mont Blanc are the most famous mountains in the Alps and holds much lore for climbers and observers alike. It was quite humbling knowing I was inside this great natural landmark.
Once we did get to the top, we only had just over 20 minutes before the last train down left. This being the case the three of us rushed up to ...
We awoke to more fog and rain so we decided to explore a little town 20 minutes from our chalet, go swimming and hang out in Wengen. We found a waterfall, cute town homes and vegetable gardens on our exploration. Wengen is a car free town so many grow what they can since supplies are expensive or one has to go down the mountain to shop.
We soon discovered that ...
... tells me she is from Australia however got a transfer with a pharmacy company and lives here now, she was on her way to meet a Real Estate agent to buy a chalet! She was telling me there is no further building to be done in Grindelwald, and what is there has to be traditional Swiss housing. See my photos.
And so I spent an hour in Grindelwald the theatre of alps overlooking the small town, and I thought that was ...
... in a little town called Lauterbrunnen. We went on a lift that took us up into the mountains. From here we could see other little towns and houses all over the mountains and their waterfalls. At the bottom of the lift the elevation was 2,624 ft and at the top it was 4,875, so it got pretty high! It reminded me of the London eye but it was higher and it was going up and not around. After the lift we stopped for dinner at a ...
... restaurants that list their prices make me glad of my grocery investment. Here the buildings are all ornate stonework, and the main street is dotted with those strange painted carved-looking statue things. One of these I have heard of: it depicts an ogre eating children, dragging spares with him. I spend a pleasant (over an) hour in Bern, admiring the buildings and the totally different feel from Interlaken. Many photos later I find the ogre and, having exhausted ...