Hotel Restaurant Tenne
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... day. The road through Switzerland was excellent even though the grade was as much as 19% at times. However as soon as we passed the border into Italy the road quality noticeably deteriorated to one and a half lane rough roads with no line markings, but at least there were guard rails. We strangely passed back into Switzerland again this time exhibiting a well maintained yet very narrow winding road with a deep valley ravine through to Locarno. We then entered ...
... over another 1200m before we reach the top of Jungfrau but
every bit of this will be inside this mighty long and twisty tunnel. Had it been
a long straight tunnel to our destination one could understand how they built
such a tunnel but standing here at Eigergletscher station the building at the
top of the mountain is virtually right above us on the edge of the
On we head into the tunnel and its rather boring. However there are some
... water over thousands of years. The noise and waterspray add to the whole experience and it is not hard to appreciate the force of water that makes its way down the from the Jungfrau area. Another must see if you ever come to this part of Switzerland.
This afternoon while I was waiting for our washing to finish at the laundromat, I heard bells. They were getting louder and louder and I realised it was ...
... impending bad weather all the way.
Most people had left Spielboden by the time we arrived, but it was still a relief to be there....back in what felt like civilisation even though we were still halfway up a mountain! Higher up had been bleak and a little daunting and even desolate but worth it to get so up, close and personal with these big glaciers. A couple of marmots were still sitting with their heads poking out of their burrows and as we ...
... very humorous), to life in the Netherlands, including the reopening of some major Amsterdam museums. One of the most interesting points was when they said that to this day locals adopt the graves of WW2 Allied soldiers to care and tend. It is so widespread and popular that there is actually a waiting list of locals wanting to have a grave to tend. It reminded me of the Memorial Day I spent at an American cemetery in Belgium and being shocked at the large ...