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Travel Blogs from Grindelwald
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!!!
... is getting worse each day and we don't know how we'll get it all home!! At least we can still fit into our jeans which is a miracle given the amount of food we consume each day!!
Anyway time to hit the sack...Pat has already turned in and I've still got to do battle with my suitcase!! We're off to Lake Como tomorrow and who knows...we might run into George Clooney!
... of us), do not go up if there is the slightest hint of cloud in the sky - just sit iit out until blue skies are guaranteed. You will be rewarded one hundredfold for your patience.
... the train and into the thinner air my headache disappeared! What a blessing as this whole trip was truly amazing.
We set off following the 'tour' signs as instructed to do. The first stop was to see a 4 minute 360degree cinematic experience of the Jungfrau region. We didn't stay for the whole time as the pictures swirled around you, changing continually and making me feel dizzy. From here we viewed some of ...
... showed two hiking trails. One got us down the mountain through the town of Gimmelwald (1 ¾ hours), and the other took us back to Lauterbrunnen along the river (1.5 hours). Along the mountain roads and trails there are signposts with yellow gold signs that point the way. The map we had was more picturesque than helpful, so it was unclear where the trail really was. We decided to follow the yellow gold signs that pointed to Gimmelwald, and then take it up from there.