Hotel Wengener Hof
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... hrs until Interlaken, which is a hub city to the Alps. Nothing there, and we took the next train to Wengen after purchasing much food at the coop outside the station. There's coop in Wengen, but it closes at 6.
We're now in Wengen, 1242m, weather forecast: snow, heavy snow with thunder. Not sure what will happen, but we'll just see how bad the weather is.Hiking in the snow should be an unforgettable experience.
... a slight argument did she agree we were right and so we were!!
Finally into Paris East we still had over a hour to spare before our train to Strasbourg was due to leave and so it was time to go and explore the station area.
With nothing much to see I and a few others sat down and had a coffee. Jokes were beginning and we were all having a good laugh when one of the ladies came back from the toilets and said "its 1 Euro to use the loos, but once you have paid you get a ...
... away by what I saw I felt no need for any activity other than simply soaking it up. Hopefully, my photos will do justice to the spectacular scenery. I'm also going to try to attach a couple of videos. They are a bit scratchy but will give you a better impression of the place. Unfortunately the videos won't load which is a great pity as they provide perspective which photos cannot. ...
... the storm, we were still able to capture
moments by camera, see the sights and of course enjoy a few milligrams of
chocolate with an accompanying latte.
When we arrived in Lauterbrunnen to our chalet, Josh and I
were speechless. Our hotel was within the Alps with a beautiful waterfall
outside our window! It was definitely a beautiful change to city hotels with
views of streets and roofs. After settling in, Josh and I decided ...
... an excuse to buy rose gold jewellery. Hope my family reads this...
Finally found somewhere to have a ham, cheese and pineapple sandwich for lunch that didn't cost a fortune. Amazing how much stuff costs. It's worse with the Swiss franc because its hard to work out the exchange rate, although most places seem to accept euros as well. I have 60 Swiss francs left for tomorrow so I am ...