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Travel Blogs from Grindelwald
... and in desperate need for a good cold drink. The temp out
here has risen further and its beginning to feel more like Spain rather than
Finally I meet up with the gang in a restaurant and a small snack is had
My plan now is to take one of the Interlaken bound trains and get off at
the junction station of Wilderswil and board one of the old fashioned electric
driven trains to Schynige Platte which I believe is located high ...
... Down we went to drive home and get dry for a short stop in Interlaken town. Many things were closed but we a little stroll, bought some home made Swiss chocolate to enjoy after dinner. Managed some grumbling boys and a tired stressed mum as we struggled to find a supermarket to buy our dinner. Finally we sorted something out, returned home and pulled a dinner together with what we had and begun packing for an early departure. It was sad to be leaving Interlaken, but new adventures were ...
... the parking inspector that ten minutes overdue was not worth writing a ticket out for and with our groceries bags sliding across the van, we headed to the mountains!
... did. Josiah wasn't feeling well and decided to have a down day. Grindelwald is about 25 minutes outside Interlaken farther into the mountains. Supposedly, there is a ski area there, but the mountains are practically vertical so not sure where they ski. The town sits at about 3000 feet and the mountain that sits at literally the edge of town is about 12,000 feet. ...
... and the valley is in sunshine giving Lauterbrunnen a warm feeling despite the -8degC temperatures this morning. We wandered past the Chalet Jungfrau to see where Jon, Sam and Matt were staying before heading back into town and looking in some of the shops. Now it is back to the hotel to get ready to load the coach and head ...