Schonegg und Spycher
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... amp; our living room, we are in awe of the majestic mountains in front of us. Driving down the street we catch glimpses in between the other chalets of the lake, until we get to the start of the street we have to take to get us anywhere & then we have the most spectacular view of the Lake (Brienzersee) and the mountains cradling it.
Behind our chalet once again we are overlooked by towering mountains. ...
... the rails winding their
way up through a rather steep valley between two rather large mountains. It must
be really cold up here in winter but today there is not a single trace of snow
and the temp outside is really quite warm.
On the surrounding hillside cattle wander around but I simply cannot
imagine them being here all year round as they would simply die of a cold death
up here in winter.
As we climb ever higher the mountain on the right of the ...
... all were attended to by Joseph, who together with his wife had been working at the Hotel Eiger for the past 30 years, and were two of the scariest people when I first worked there. After a while I came to realise that they were just committed to the best customer service and are in reality some of the nicest people out! However, they both still held true to their old habits, and forced me to talk only German for the entire stay, even though I know Maria talks very good English! After ...
... roads. As we turned in for the night, we noticed the huge Staubach waterfall was illuminated from bottom to top. The effect, though a bit Disneyland-like, was stunning. DAY 11 We are blessed, once again, with perfect weather for our next alpine adventure. This one is a bit more tame than our Via Ferrata escapade in the Dolomites. Today, we ride a cog railway from the valley floor, through alpine meadows and villages, and through a tunnel blasted 100 years ...
... the cake we wanted and bring it back. What a good idea. There were so many beaut choices. Slasher decided on a cassis torte and I had a rhubarb tart. That was lunch! And the sun had come out!
Back in Cesare, we turned on Chantal again to get us to Lauterbrunnen. It was only about a 20 minute drive, but on winding roads. We drove through trees and got glimpses of the huge bare cliffs towering over us. In Lauterbrunnen, we just kept driving until we came to our ...