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... of the mountain and the rest is a suspended walkway hanging from the side. Hell of a lot of work went into creating this but now walking through it's just grey and drab and cold. Not a lot of sun gets into the gorge. After this we decided to head for some sunshine around in the Lauterbrunnen valley. This valley is very different to the side we are staying in. Ours is more a V shape valley while the Lauterbrunnen almost has 90 degree valley walls rising from ...
Woke up this morning at 6.11am- the sun was shining & I could see the mountain tops, WOW, Of course I took some photos.
We decided to take a drive up to Grindelwald where we would be able to see the tops of the Eiger & Jungfrauhof mountains, there was still lots of snow up there, so needless to say I took lots of photos of the snow & mountains, houses & Valleys. Even though I looked & looked at the Eiger, I was not able to spot George Kennedy or ...
... and one
really has to hold on for dear life.
The scenery outside is magnificent as we head up the pass but I am more
intrigued by all the flywheels and mechanical motion etc inside this locomotive.
On the sidewall of the cab are a full set of spanners together with oil cans
etc. Unlike todays modern electric trains this old loco requires a lot of care
and maintenance. There are wonderfully polished brass oil cups and oil
lubricators situated ...
... misty lake before making the most of the campsites hot water facilities.
Turning on my phone as I left the campsite I realised the serious error in my timing. By that time it was almost midday! I had a text from my parents about a Swiss family who were off to their holiday home in Grindelwald that day, and that I would be more than welcome to stay with them if it was on my route. Little did both those ...
... pilot), running off a cliff or mountain and traveling in the air until you decide to land.
Since I am pressed for time, I will simply say that it was surprisingly one of the most relaxing things one can do. There is nothing liked gliding down slowly and taking the time to enjoy the view of the mountains and streams around you. Stay tuned for a more detailed description of my flight in my "Best of" blog!
From Interlaken, we ...