Hotel Florida Studen
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Arrived near Interlaken yesterday and decided as the forecast was reasonable for the 'tops' that we would take the mountain railway right up to the'Top of Europe' at Jungfraujoch. This took in three separate train journeys lasting in total about 2 hours 15 mins and climbing to 11,333 ft ! This was an epic journey that photos can never really show fully. We caught the earliest train at ...
... the last 5km back to our car. Another good day.
On our way back from Gruyères, we stopped in Cottens, the small village where I grew up until I finished high school and served in the Swiss Army. I parked our rental car at the train station, and we walked passed my old elementary school. Not much has changed in the past 40 years. We walked up to my old neighborhood from the train station on the same road I took every day. Everything seemed ...
... back and how do we get it and my family over to Terminal 5?". After standing around for 10 minutes and trying to entertain a 4 and 2 year old with luggage tags, Steve walked up to 2 guys and slipped them a $20 to help us get our luggage over to Terminal 5....so know we are on our way.
We eventually made it to the right terminal and started to check luggage. It turns out one piece of luggage was oh about 106 lbs so we ...
... lower. On the intellectual side there is the house where Einstein came up with a few of his brain waves.
On my return to Geneva something occurred that I had never experienced in Switzerland, horror of horrors the train was three minutes later. Ian & Donna said that in itself would be enough for a national enquiry in Switzerland ...
... take a walking tour, but couldn’t locate it right away. By the time I did find the office, it was after 11:00 and the tour had already departed.
I initially went to buy my ticket from the staffed ticket office, but there was about a 20 minute wait. They had a clever arrangement with an electronic “take a number” system. The numbers were divided into four categories from A-D, depending on whether one wanted a ticket or other services. ...