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 …
... track was a bit hairy with a perceived drop into the canyon right next to the path. Thort we would have to turn around. Thankfully it was an optical illusion and we completed the circuitous route via Marmorbruch back to a cafe for a hot chocky. More walking to get back to Grindelwald
... longer route with more stops. As Becca said, "Thanks for the good time, 'Golden Pass'!" Just winging it in the trains & busses works. Often they don't even check your pass or make you pay. But then when we got to Montreux we sat in first class without a ticket (but with our 1st class Eurail pass) and Mr. Conductor man (CM) appeared annoyed when telling us we needed a ticket as these were private trains. Had to take ...
... 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 ...
... was closed as there was too much fresh snow and it was too dangerous. We had read how beautiful this walk was and the other suggested walks meant lots of expensive lifts or bus trips. As it was such a clear day we decided to ignore the expense and take the trip to Kleine Scheidegg (2061m) then on to Jungfraujoch (3454m), known as the 'Top of Europe'. We were so glad we did.
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