Hotel Kreuz & Post
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WARNING...WARNING...Packing has just started to become problematic! Definitely over the weight limit now so will either have to mail some stuff home, throw some stuff away or bite the bullet and pay for excess!! It's only going to get worse from here on in with Italy the last stop...thank God for porterage is all I can say!!!
... for the winter. Also very neatly stacked. I think I might be Swiss, or at least would enjoy living here.
Dotted along the mountain sides are timber huts/barns everywhere. We have learnt that these are where the cows are milked. It seems cows are shared in the mountains but the profits from them are shared according to how many cows you own.
Back to our day. The drive to Grindelwald was spectacular. The amount of snow increased as we drove and soon the village ...
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... It was a cloudy day so we couldn't fully see the mountains, but it was also cool to see the mountains sticking out of the clouds. Hoping for some blue sky though. At least, it's not cold and only rained a little.
Josiah joined us for dinner in Interlaken and a little stroll around town. It was a low-key and fun day. Now back to the races ...
... be from us if we can't get out of Switzerland today.
So we left the border and talked should we or shouldn't we for about 30mins and then got over it. We were through now and had a train to catch, well we had a train to find first. We were going to stop in Bern (John - Staff has really taken your recommendations for this part of the trip) but decided we wanted more time in the Alps so bypassed Bern and headed to Interlarken. More A roads ...