TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Wetterhorn Grindelwald
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It was while stopped at this loop that the driver came up to the coach and
asked me if I wanted to join him in the cab for the remainder of the journey and
for sure I could not refuse.
The first thing the driver does is hand me a pair of ear plugs and sure
enough I needed them.
With the other two trains having departed its now our turn to get heading
further up this mighty steep line. Getting this little train started is a skill
in itself ...
... back to the road soon or if I had to turn back. However, our conversation in hand-signals and pointing didn’t exactly resolve the issue. I thought I had gathered that further along was a train station where you could cross back to the road, but there was only one way to find out.
Half an hour later, just as I was about to give up hope and turn back, the path curved to the right and the train station and ...
... lines. A truck then drives over the piled grass and it disappears, as if by magic, leaving the lower slopes looking like a well kept garden.
... learning how to make paper from scratch, delicious home cooked meals and of course spending time with mom before she left! My time in Basel has been so relaxing and fulfilling - I feel really blessed to have spent the last week on a comfortable bed with laundry facilities! Thank you so much Deb and Stan. While I still fly out of Basel on Sunday morning (I.e. my visit isn't quite over), I took an overnight trip to Grindelwald to hike some ...
... weekend! As Neil (dad) said: It's like the start of a bad joke!
I think the plan tomorrow is to visit a centre where they make caviar... or if the weather is good, to head up into the mountains maybe to ski! ...exciting stuff!
Overall I am very happy here - things are going well, the family is lovely and I'm looking forward to beautiful views for 3 weeks! Cannot wait to come home and share all these stories though!