Hotel Jungfrau Lauterbrunnen
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... ice age (a coloured figure) frozen into the side of the wall. The view from the top was gorgeous. It's just so big and vast and grand. The wind howled and the mountains were these great unmovable giants unafraid and unchallenged by anything. You don't even realize how high up you are until you start coming down and houses look like monopoly toys. I got two key chains from the souvenir shop at the top and a Toblerone. I'm going to give the chocolate to ...
... and down the mountains. There are picturesque waterfalls meandering their was down steep inclines to winding rivers below. It's sad to lose the scenery briefly as we pass through a 10 mile tunnel, the second longest in Europe, but it allows me time to update this diary!
Now we are way up above the valley above and below snow patches with thick fog blocking the view which I am partly grateful for as we go back and forth ...
... hiking trail to Bachalpsee, and as it turns out, we were very lucky that we did this quickly. It was about a 40 minute hike each way, despite the fact that you have to stop every few minutes to take pictures of the amazing vistas that are unfolding around you. When we made it to the lake, the weather was still pleasant. Such a beautiful setting!
About halfway back, though, the weather turned for the worse and it got cloudy, chilly, windy, and then ...
... t begin to capture the full flavor of it's majesty - a lush green valley surrounded by huge rock walls, waterfalls and glaciers.
Our first trip was a local one, up the adjoining valley to the resort town of Grindelwald, with its awesome views. Although quite touristy, driving up to the end of the road at the foot of the mountain was worthwhile. If you want to spent the money, you can take a train all the way up through the glaciers of ...
... had spent a good couple of hours there already. Our guidebook had recommended the “north face” walk from lower down so we thought we might hop off the gondola at Mürren if the weather was nicer below. Sure enough, once we got down lower the clouds were gone and we once again had incredible views. We headed up hill for a few minutes to take some lovely photos of cows grazing with fall colours in the background. Then we walked through the town and took ...