Metropole Hotel Interlaken
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... took us from Interlarken at an altitude of 570 meters all the way up across several climate zones to the Jungfraujoch at 3454 meters above sea level. It was absolutely fantastic and a guard promised sunshine when we were above the clouds. And how right he was! At the top signs show you the way to go to see all the sights on offer.......snow caves with ice sculptures, travelators which showed the history of the mountains and the men who conquered it and ...
... direct us to which platform we could catch the next train to Bern, which was leaving just 15 minutes after our arrival into Zuerich. It was a short train ride, and when we arrive in Bern, it is easy to read the board to find the next train to Interlaken. (Swiss train stations are much easier to navigate than Italian train stations!) I look at the clock, and the train is set to depart, NOW! So we "Home Alone" it and are running through the train ...
This was a spectacular day. We caught a train to Zweissman where we transferred to the cog train that takes you up to Jungfraujoch, the highest railway station in Europe at 3454m. We left in sunshine but as we went through cloud at the lower observation stops ...
This morning, in Stresa, we had a massive electrical storm about 2.00am. The thunder was very loud and the lightning was continuous for about an hour. This time it rained as well - heavy rain, and we had to get out of bed and shut all the windows in our room. One good effect was that it brought the temperature down to a more comfortable level.
When morning broke it was to a clear sky but a much cooler day.
We got on our train about 9.20 and at ...
... a cable car almost straight up the side of the mountain and then took another train up to Murren. Murren is a city right on the side of the mountain at about 5,000 feet above sea level. There were hardly any people in this small mountain-side town, so it was very peaceful. If we stood still and didn't talk, the only thing we could hear was the occasional chirp of a bird. Besides that it was absolute silence allowing us to take in the incredible views. I hope you all ...