Hotel Restaurant Alpina Grindelwald
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... Scheidegg on another cogwheel railway.
Kleine Scheidegg is the departure point for the trip up to the Jungraujoch "Top of Europe", so called because it is the highest point accessible by cable car in all of Europe.
Naturally, and perhaps perversely, we didn't go up there.
By this point in the trip we had been up several mountains plus the top was covered in cloud so the very pricey ticket price seemed like it would have ...
... humour, she always charmed maître d's so we got a window seat straight away.
My holiday is almost at an end. I fly out of Geneva next Monday 19 January arriving Sydney late Tuesday night. I understand the weather has been uncomfortably hot; it will be a shock to my system having lived with temperatures of zero or less much of the time. Grindelwald will continue to be my home until the 19th and hopefully by then I may have advanced to one of the coveted window ...
... something I've wanted to do for as long as I can remember so when we met the "pilot" at the train station and he told us we'd have to wait for better weather, I had mixed emotions. On one hand I was disappointed because I wanted to experience the thrill of flying right then, but on the other hand I was grateful that he wanted to wait until the clouds cleared out. So after a few hours wandering around Interlaken and buying some ...
... looking directly at The Big Three (Eiger, Monch and Jungfrau). From here, it looks a long way away up the slopes, through the forests and then bang, straight up!
... shops, a couple of hotels each with a terrace restaurant, a proper train station plus a couple of other eating places. The backdrop though, was the same - the Eiger (3970m), the Monch (4107m) and the Jungfrau (4158m) and the high alpine Jungfraujoch station visible in the saddle....but only if you were looking for it. Away to the right, many other snow capped peaks, all around 3800m. Even without going any further, the views from Kleine Scheidegg are ...