Victoria Jungfrau Grand Hotel & Spa
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... distance in a straight line from Interlaken because it went up the mountain at such a steep incline and very slowly. The scenery along the way when we weren't going through a tunnel was spectacular and the little towns were perched on the sides of the mountains and in the valleys. They were very picturesque with their intricate wooden chalets. The Jungfrau railway is one of the highest in the world and certainly one of the most scenic. On arrival ...
... up, and J is on the third plane load, and I'll be on the fourth. We sit excitedly waiting our turn (about 45 minutes for J, an hour for me). It is the most amazing way to see Switzerland. You are right in the Alps, and when that door opens adrenaline rushes! - - - - The feeling of being a drummer in a band is a good one. The feeling ten minutes before hitting the stage is a great one. Butterflies and crazy amounts of adrenaline drug you into ...
... travel to Jungfraujoch, billed as being the Top of Europe. We'll take a local train to a station at the base of the mountain, then ride a cog railway up to the top. We'll reach an elevation of over 11,000 ft. Hope we find enough oxygen!
I'll update after we get back tomorrow.
We took the bus down to the other train station and found our train that would take us up into ...
... waterfalls cascading over these precipes down into the valley floor below. Swiss chalets were dotted here and there in small grassy meadows, not far from the snow, and you could hear cow bells clanging as they grazed the pockets of grass. Just magic!
At Murren we caught our first high altitude cable car which took us to a change station, Birg, at 2700m. Wow what a trip! It was a long way down to the valley floor and ...
... just got more fun. On Saturday, Amy and I went with a group to the Swiss capital of Bern. The Duke of Switzerland named the city after the first animal he saw on their hunt in this territory, a bear. Bern is Swiss-German (a dialect of German) for Bear. The city was very beautiful and very small, as you will see. The picture of the doorway that reads "Einstein Haus" is the old entrance to Albert Einstein's house from 1903-1905. He was living here when he came ...