Jungfraujoch - Top of Europe
We got up early - 7:30am and put on washing and had breakfast. After getting washed we headed out about 10am and caught the train to Wengen and then on to Kleine Scheidegg where we boarded the funicular to Jungfraujoch - The Top Of Europe (the highest train station in Europe anyway).
We got off the train and decided to visit the Ice Palace - well worth a visit as you get to go through a glacier. It has loads of sculptures from ice of penguins, polar bears, etc.
We then ventured out onto the observation terrace which showed the top of the Jungfrau peak - covered in thick snow. After that we sat and had something to eat - it was very busy as it is a major tourist attraction. We were both shattered and Chris' cold was worsening (snot litterally cascading out of his nostrils which was very amusing for everyone but him!). Because of this we decided just to go to the Sphinx observational and research building and look out before heading back.
So we headed back to Lauterbrunnen, very weary, and looked for a chemist to ease Chris' man-flu but had no luck. We got back to our cabin and took it easy, cooking loads of pasta which perked both of us up. We finished off drying our washing and packed our bags ready for check out tomorrow as we head to Geneva on the last leg of our Switzerland trip.