Hotel Restaurant Glacier
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Na een heerlijk ontbijt in het pension gaan we richting grens... We hadden gedacht dat het er druk zal zijn maar dat valt reuze mee. Zelfs geen paspoortcontrole! We rijden Basel in. Wat een grote industriestad is dat. Allemaal fabrieken en het ruikt er chemisch. Na verloop van tijd verlaten we Basel en rijden richting Bern. De omgeving begint dan …
... s no spring chicken anymore and we're probably pushing her limits nearly everyday.
The scenery in this section was worth the effort though with lots of snow around and pretty alpine flowers pushing through the ground and snow. Most flowers have little to no leaf foliage so as you walk all you see are brightly coloured flowers everywhere against the soggy brown grass.
We don't know hardly any of the names, but we saw yellow buttercups, bright purple bell shaped ...
... and is like most railways in the
area operated by electric trains on a rack system. As we leave Kleine Scheidegg
on the rather level line the line just dips away down the edge of the mountain
and from the train it looks more like a roller coaster than a rail system.
The weather here today is wonderful with almost total blue skies and the
temp is creeping up by the minute and by the time we arrive into Grindlewald the
temp must be well up at about ...
... that made James Bond and Clint Eastwood play in the snow for a paycheck. We ate in their dining room and Corbin once again ordered ketchup with a few French fries. We are working on slowing him down at dinner to keep his face from being covered in red sauce. He gives me early morning and late night hugs so I let others work on his manners.
I wrote this story last night but somehow lost it on my IPad...lets hope it makes it tonight, a day ...
... see Interlaken and the Brienzersee to the North and we could see Grindelwald way down in the valley on the east. To the west, Wengen and Lauterbrunnen blended into one despite the difference in height of 500m.