Hotel Eiger Grindelwald
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... br> Afternoon tea turned into an early dinner (yummy soup for me, Jill & Bev and a cheese laden Rosti for Jeff) followed by Apple strudel with custard and icecream (delicious!)! Yum, yum thanks Lauterbrunnen for assisting the development of our Swiss bellies.
Sated and mellow after our nice day we headed back to Grindelwald via a scenic detour of the upper end of our valley. Fun driving up the steep, narrow roads for great views over the town. We managed to spot ...
... fourth night tonight, maybe I'll get promoted to maybe the second row? Any way, there is no one here to argue this morning. Seems others are sleeping in because of the poor weather.
The local waiter reckons the weather is going to be bad all day. But knowing how changeable it can be in the mountains I take a chance and kit up for a very dramatic walk up the Unterer Grindelwald Glacier. This involves a cable car ride up ...
Today we went to Grindelwald and went by train again. We went shopping and saw the biggest chocolate shop ever!!! It had massive slabs out the front. Surprisingly mum let us all have some. Mathew and I shared milk chocolate one with smarties and the other with cornflakes in them. Corn flakes may sound disgusting but it is actually really nice. We then started out hiking and it started to ...
... 26, 26, 0.296875); -webkit-composition-fill-color: rgba(175, 192, 227, 0.230469); -webkit-composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">Undeterred we followed the signposts for the Mannlichen. You have to credit the Swiss for their signposting...cannot fault it. All walks are on yellow signposts, and expressed in time, not distance. They really don't want you getting lost in their mountains!
... good salami sandwiches taste at this altitude!