Well, the weather didn't ever clear for us, but the good thng about that is Lizzie got to play in the snow!!
We put on our warmest clothes (Elizabeth was even equiped with a pair of my wool socks in her jacket pockets to use as mittens) and headed u p to the Jungfraujock. At 11,333 ft. it's Europes highest train station. Quite impressive even without the views.
Dad & Lizzie's Trip to Europe
The fun and adventure (and struggles) of a father-daughter trip of a lifetime. Although it wasn't planned this way, we are going to Europe (or at least part of it) for three weeks. Germany, France, Austria, and Switzerland by train, boat, bus, car, and funicular. I hope to post a daily journal (that's the goal anyway) and some pictures for everyone back home. If our experiences interest anyone, we are more than happy to have you follow along as well.
For the record, we are planning our trip with the intention of meeting real people and trying to ex... full info
Lauterbrunnen ValleyOn our way up towards the Jungfraujock railway station at Kleine Scheidegg (we are still below Wengen). We are staying on the opposite side of the valley on top of those cliffs further up the valley.