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... I tell you.
ADD A PLAY PARK!!
Oh yes…you heard correct. Play park. That means a slide, tunnels (come on..we’re in Switzerland here..nothing is any good without a decent tunnel), jungle gym, a little boat to sit in, steering wheel to turn, ropes to pull and yank on, and a fake gorilla to talk to, all atop a double decker train!!
“I WUV YOU GOWILLA….”
We got to Zurich ...
... short story "The Final Solution" (1893) and are where his famous detective Sherlock Holmes fought with his nemesis Moriarty; apparently Conan Doyle stayed in Meiringen with his wife and decided to set Holmes’s death at the falls. They are accessed by a funicular railway in a wooden carriage with curtains, an exact replica of the original from 1899.
The ride only takes 5 minutes, but the almost ...
... to Wengen the snow had almost gone. We stopped in Wengen, the boys bought themselves a swiss army knife here which was very kindly engraved with their names for free. A very exciting purchase for them, Milly enjoyed looking at the shops with mum, and we wandered the town before catching out last train back to Lauterbrunnen.
Here we stopped for a hot drink in a very cool café, filed with Australian and American travellers. We were able ...
... there our journey to Jungfrau began. We changed three trains to get to the top of Europe. The sights were spectacular and we all had a wonderful time. I will let the pictures talk for themselves. On the ride back we decided that we would get off at Burdegg and walk (hike) to the next station Gridelwald, Wow, I am sure we would have second thought if we knew how far the next station was, but we made it and ...
... had salad. Before loading back up, we bought some Swiss chocolate! It was very good, and another little highlight for me.
Our drive winded this way and that as we traversed mountain passes- this was probably the most breathtaking scenic drive of my life! Sky high waterfalls, plunging valleys, and clear lakes met us at every turn. Literally- every turn. The wildflowers here remind me of Mt. Rainier, back at home. Our final rest stop before we get to Interlaken is at 7,450 ...