Romantik Hotel Schweizerhof
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... about 16km or so and so I gave that a miss.
With no sign of any other way down this mountain I headed back to the
station and just as luck would have it a train arrived just as I got
Once again the journey back down this mountain was simply breath-taking
with sights one just cannot believe. How they ever built these lines I just do
not know as the engineering is amazing.
The clouds were now rolling in and the wonderful hot sunshine was now ...
... ve got to hand it to the Swiss...each carriage had the names of the different tour groups so we all sat together and halfway up the mountain the train stopped and an announcement was made telling one Asian group they were in the wrong carriage and they had to move before we could continue!! Definitely no room for flexibility!!
The views up the alps was simply stunning and again the photos don't do it ...
... medium; line-height: normal; -webkit-tap-highlight-color: rgba(26, 26, 26, 0.296875); -webkit-composition-fill-color: rgba(175, 192, 227, 0.230469); -webkit-composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">This would be a great feat of engineering by today's standards, but to imagine this was done back in the early 1900's is incredible. This is Europe's highest altitude railway at 3454m. Not only that but the ...
... and along Lake Thun or Thunersee as the signs say. We stopped at a couple of places along the lake and tried to get some photos but the rain and mist didn't allow for good photography. Stopping at a parking area for St Beatus caves, we stumbled across a gushing waterfall. This looked quite spectacular so we climbed the path beside it which also led to the caves. At the top which was also the cave entrance, we realised we had both left our bags in ...
... it peaceful. There was no wind at all and it was very quiet with the snow falling around us. Having never seen snow fall before it was all very surreal while I listened to Staff try and convince me I would love skiing and that we should go. I politely explained that having been here there was no way Thredbo was going to be able to compare.....
So now I will let the photos tell the story some more as it is really hard to explain the view in words.