Hotel Restaurant Glacier
Travel Blogs from Grindelwald
... is getting worse each day and we don't know how we'll get it all home!! At least we can still fit into our jeans which is a miracle given the amount of food we consume each day!!
Anyway time to hit the sack...Pat has already turned in and I've still got to do battle with my suitcase!! We're off to Lake Como tomorrow and who knows...we might run into George Clooney!
... of us), do not go up if there is the slightest hint of cloud in the sky - just sit iit out until blue skies are guaranteed. You will be rewarded one hundredfold for your patience.
... feat especially as it was conceived of in 1893 by Adolf Guyer-Zeller. Construction begun in 1896 and was completed in 1912. We were probably in tunnels for around 30 to 40 minutes with two stops that enabled us to leave the train for a few minutes and look at the view through glass. It also was possibly to help us acclimatise to the thinning air for as we climbed I developed a bad headache. The strange thing was, ...
... Swiss day, which is like queensday. A good excuse for the Swiss people to drink and light up fireworks.
After waking up I had the idea that I wanted to go for another big hike. So I took the cablecart up the mountain and walked back. Too bad I didn`t think about the amount of sleep I have had and what I have allready done the two day`s before. I did got back, but with a lot of resting and taking about twice the time calculated for the hike.
After the hike and ...
... a permanent thing at the campsite) for dinner. Dinner was delicious and consisted of cheese fondue for starters and roast pork for mains, all cooked perfectly. After dinner we all headed to the little camp bar where the 100 or so top deck people (there were 3 busloads here) took over the place. We had some drinks and mingled and chatted before heading to bed.