- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... see our town and hotel
over 1000m below. Even further down in the valley is the town of Lauterbrunnen
which is another 500 or so metres further down.
Lauterbrunnen of course is the town with the wonderful waterfall coming out
from the cliffs above over the town and that is exactly where I am heading
Onto my next cable car and its a virtual drop right over the cliff as we
leave the upper cable station. This being such a steep drop the cableway ...
... the waterfall the rain had subsided a little, not that it mattered that much anymore as we had poncho’s keeping us dry from the sheer force of the waterfalls! It was actually a really enjoyable experience while taking in the breathtaking views of the valley.
By the time we made our way back down, the rain had well and truly stopped and there were patches of blue sky starting to peep out from behind the clouds. We caught the bus back ...
Today we changed location and skied on the other side of the valley In Birg. We took the bus to Stechleberg and then the three cable cars to Gimmelwald, Murren and then Birg. I stayed in the cafe with jj while mum and dad skied and then me and dad did the riggli run twice and then skied the Schilthorn (bond run) and then went to the revolving resturant for ...
USAirways from Charleston to Charlotte to Philadelphia to Zurich in about 13 hours, then 2.5 hours on three trains -- Zurich to Bern to Interlaken to Lauterbrunnen. We arrived tired but with all our luggage and no travel delays. Nice visit with a Swiss aupere (sp?) and the two young American girls whom she was taking on vacation to see her family in Switzerland (they were waiting for them at ...
... around corners. We were on the first train up of the morning at 8:36 and had a whole row of seats to ourselves.
We puffed our way up with lots of views along the way and Anoop shifted madly from side to side depending on which side the views (or the train engine) were on. Half way up we stopped to fill up with more water and then continued on to the top. It was fun heading up in the steam train because it is not nearly as smooth as an electric ...