Hotel Eiger Grindelwald
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Eiger Grindelwald
Ich kann nur sagen - top!
Wer gut aber preisgerecht essen möchte, ist im Restaurant Eiger, gut aufgehoben.
In den vier Tagen, haben wir zweimal dort, zu Abend gegessen und das soll was heissen.
Das beste was die Schweizer Küche zu bieten hat, bekommt man, liebevoll angerichtet und schmeckt köstlich!
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... up through the
wonderful streets of this Swiss town. Sadly Ian who was planning to come with us
had fallen ill and decided to stay behind at the hotel.
We stopped for a coffee in one of the many coffee shops and then made our
way to the lower cableway station and boarded our cable car.
The place we are heading for is called "First" and the journey to there is
about 40 or so minutes on this extremely modern cableway system.
To get to the summit of ...
... for the winter. Also very neatly stacked. I think I might be Swiss, or at least would enjoy living here.
Dotted along the mountain sides are timber huts/barns everywhere. We have learnt that these are where the cows are milked. It seems cows are shared in the mountains but the profits from them are shared according to how many cows you own.
Back to our day. The drive to Grindelwald was spectacular. The amount of snow increased as we drove and soon the village ...
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After a quick walk along through the ice tunnels we headed back to the train. There were about 4 coaches to this train but 3 coaches were hired out to private parties and half a coach was made simply for normal paying passengers and we were all squashed in here like sardines and so it was almost impossible to take any photos on the way down!! Meanwhile the other end of the coach is blocked off where there are about 20 or so seats and is simply being used by staff!! ...
... mother of all European Waterfalls – the Rhine Falls. The Rhine is somewhat the water-life-line of Europe, from its dwell in Switzerland to its mouth in the Netherlands. It has always been and still is a major commercial trading route. The Rhine Falls is the biggest waterfalls in Europe in terms of water going down per second. And yes, there was a lot of water. Arriving on the canton of Zurich side of the falls we had a quick look at the Castle of ...