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Up at 6am and enjoyed the morning sun over Grindelwald with a cup of tea and a blanket from the lounge room while everyone else was still asleep. Bliss.
Jeff, Bev & Jill went off into town to pay the final payment on our chalet and for a trip to the supermarket to stock up on breakfast provisions while I pottered around at home.
Lucky I had such a nice view to keep me company as they locked me in! It was such a hardship sitting on the balcony with that ...
... br> Grindlewald is a place I know well from previous trips here and on a trip
here last year with my friend Andy we headed way up a single carriageway road
which lead us into the mountains way above the town and almost right up to the
higher part of a mighty long cableway system and so having seen this cableway
then I decided today I was going to go and explore the mountains of this
Off the train and Peter & Pam and myself ...
We woke to lots of rain again in the morning but we now understood that this meant more snow, so we were keen to get back the mountains. The plan for the day was to visit First and walk to a lake from there. We headed to Migros again for our daily lunch requirements of a baguette and cheese for lunch then drove to Grindelwald. The day head cleared beautifully again, revealing even more snow covered mountain peaks as we drove again towards Lauterbrunnen before turning off to Grindelwald. ...
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We sat up there for almost an hour whilst the sun made fast work of drying our T- shirts. Swiss cheese sandwiches with a chocolate bar dessert ...
... in 1967 and is the longest cable car in Europe. It is famous because it was used in 007s On Her Majesty's Service. In fact, they trade off it. The Bond theme plays as you enter the cable car and the restaurant has 007 on the windows. We were not optimistic about seeing mountains so I took some photos of what it would be like if we could see! The snow was amazing and the occasional peak of rock showing through gave us a glimpse of what we might expect.