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... br> Interlaken.
Lunch finished its a short walk back to Grindlewald station where we board
a Interlaken train. These trains like moat others in the area are narrow gauge
and are ultra-modern. The ride they give is exceptional smooth and would
certainly make the British Railway system seem poor in comparison.
After about 20 minutes or so we arrive at Wilderswil and just as we are
drawing into the station one of the trains we wanted to catch is ...
Peering outside the tent at 7, there was no chance of that sunrise materialising. The thick clouds were almost at lake level so I dozed off again and overslept considerably. It later emerged that my alarm clock had somehow duped itself from being ten minutes fast to being over an hour slow, so what I thought was 8.30 was probably actually closer to 10am. However, not realising this at the time, I dallied about having a big breakfast ...
... font-family: Helvetica; font-size: medium; line-height: normal; -webkit-tap-highlight-color: rgba(26, 26, 26, 0.296875); -webkit-composition-fill-color: rgba(175, 192, 227, 0.230469); -webkit-composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">Driving south out of Interlaken, the valley forks. The left hand fork takes you up into the Grindelwald valley; the right takes you to Lauterbrunnen. Each valley runs for about 10km ...
... It was a cloudy day so we couldn't fully see the mountains, but it was also cool to see the mountains sticking out of the clouds. Hoping for some blue sky though. At least, it's not cold and only rained a little.
Josiah joined us for dinner in Interlaken and a little stroll around town. It was a low-key and fun day. Now back to the races ...
... It was going to take us about 4 hours to get there and we were headed East towards Bern and then onto Interlarken. We had decided we needed to stay on the A roads as they were going to be the fastest and most economical and the journey was uneventful. We bypassed Besancon and headed on the N27/E23 and before we knew it we were slowly ascending snow was falling and it was getting thicker and thicker on the ground around us. My clever ...