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... of the terrain.
Lunch was at the Kleine Scheidegg restaurant, with JJ having his now usual Spaghetti with tomato sauce, and Ruth and I opting for the goulash soup served in a hollowed out bread roll.
After lunch the cloud had started to drop and it covered the pistes at high altitude. We stuck to the run under the Arven chair lift as we knew it well and the lack of full definition was not going to be too much of a problem. However, as ...
... its journey's end and we arrive back into our
home town of Wengen. I once again simply stand looking over the cliff and take
in all the views of this magnificent area. As I stand here looking the normal
train from Lauterbrunnen arrives and here step off the remaining lot from our
tour. "How did you get up here so quickly" they ask and after explaining that we
had our very own train they again put the fault down to that useless ghost tour
guide of ours. ...
... for the three grands. We drove quickly into thick clouds with only small moments of a view. Amelia was beside herself to see and play in that snow. With little proper gear for handling the cold stuff the hotel went into their lost and found bags and came up with varying sizes of gloves. All three small hands managed to make a snowball with loose fingers dangling off the ends. Corbin ...
Well its time to leave Zurich and head south to Interlaken. Its a beautiful blue sky day.
The train ride to Interlaken takes 3 hours. The scenery is stunning to say the least. Lush green valleys, snow capped mountains, turquoise coloured lakes. I wish it took longer than 3 hours, as i was thoroughly enjoying the scenery.
Its a 1.5k walk from the train station to where i am staying, City Chalet. Its a group of Chalets next to the river in ...
... below) we were again turned away from the inn, well campsite, so we headed up to the Dachstein Caves, located within the Dachstein Salzkammergut and specifically to the Ice Cave, which was accessed by a very steep, and very, very high cable car, which hung precariously above the valley floor, with the feeling like it may drop at any time. After freeing ourselves, from the battle of human engineering 'v' gravity, we walked up a steep footpath, past German, Austrian, Italian and ...