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... clouds would part and sunshine would bathe the snow-covered mountains with light. Even though they were small glimpses, you could tell the mountains were majestic, powerful and beautiful.
We made it into Interlaken and stopped in the tourist information center in the train station (Interlaken West). We inquired into purchasing tickets on the Jungfrau Train. It's a train we read about and saw on travel shows. Didn't go on it 40 ...
Weather: fine with some high cloud Up early again this morning at 5.50am to get showered and packed before heading out at 7.00am. Really good sleep and I thought the alarm was part of a dream and didn't understand why Scott wasn't turning it off. Headed down to breakfast and caught up with everyone before getting on the bus. We are heading to Switzerland today and it is a big driving day. It is about 8 hours but it is ...
What an incredible, but accidental, drive over the Swiss alps. Our sat-nav is set to the quickest route if you go the speed limit. The speed limit over Mt Furkastrasse via the Furka pass is set as 80kmph - however, realistically it was about 20 - 30 going up and about 50 going down. Definitely not the quickest route! It was great fun to drive. 2nd gear ...
... Zurich. Another train to my destination leaves just as I manage to get on it (another big railway station that's hard to navigate). The train conductor this time examines my Eurail pass like he thinks I'm a criminal, even shining UV on it (I didn't even know those markings were there, no one else has done that). I keep thinking he's going to stamp or clip it and thus invalidate it, and make various distressed noises. He finishes by scolding me for not filling ...
... lifts to the even higher viewpoint at the Sphinx tower. As if being up at 3454m was not high enough the Sphinx tower is a staggering 3571m above sea level.
It’s into the glass lift and one can see these lift shafts have been cut right up through solid rock!! How in the world did they ever manage all this so high up on this narrow peak?? It’s just mind blowing.
As you step out from the lift one is now right up on the very peak of the mountain and has ...