Hotel Restaurant Alpina Grindelwald
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... br> and just as we stop another is leaving with a steam loco as its motive
Hell, I thought, had we just been 5 minutes earlier we could have been
aboard that steam train.
With both trains missed by minutes meant we would have to wait for 25
minutes until the next train was due. We spent the time wandering around the
shops and by the time we returned to the station our historic electric train had
This train consisted of two ...
... misty lake before making the most of the campsites hot water facilities.
Turning on my phone as I left the campsite I realised the serious error in my timing. By that time it was almost midday! I had a text from my parents about a Swiss family who were off to their holiday home in Grindelwald that day, and that I would be more than welcome to stay with them if it was on my route. Little did both those ...
... roads end. Only rack railways and cable cars venture further. in front and on both sides, massive mountains of rock, with virgin white snow capped tops and even now in late summer, a sprinkle of snow further down towards where the dark green spruce forests grow.
Just had a spectacular view of the Alps; as far as I can tell from the map, MtBlanc is one of these. Still a huge amount of snow considering we are 3 days off Mid Summers day! Then a good view of Lake Lucerne, with Montreux on the edge. Memories of camping there on my last trip to Europe with Caitie back in ...
... seemed to be taking us up a small snow covered mountain and I wasn't really sure whether to laugh or cry. I wasn't prepared for these sort of driving conditions and we were not even in Switzerland yet.
We drove on, as we really had not choice, for quite a while, took in the snow as something we would never see again and eventually got through it and made our way down the mountain towards Pontarlier and the Swiss Border. Sat Nav lady ...