Jul 13, 2015 - 3:40 PM
in reply to Slowpoke
As long as you like detail -
I quote from Arno -
<<"First class can help, although with children that's not always a good idea as many travelers expect a quiet working environment in first class.">>
In fact, on main line trains there are usually some "Silent" first class cars. They have a fair number of signs, and if you start talking loudly, or on your phone in one of those, someone is likely to call your attention to the signs. If your kids don't read German, they would be unlikely to see and understand the signage.
It is not a bad idea to obey the rules in Switzerland. ;-)
A friend rode to Interlaken a few years ago, probably from Bern, and one of the double decker cars had a modest playground for kids on the upper level. Keep your eyes open. Don't know much about them.
For kids the age of yours, there are a substantial number of excellent playgrounds around Switzerland.
The one up above Wengen at Männlichen is especially nice because it is "on top of the world."
I think there is one partway down on the series of lifts going to Grindelwald from Männlichen, but I've not looked for it personally.
If you are in Luzern, check out the major playground at the Lido next to the Transit Museum ( Verkehrshaus.)
Last modified on Jul 13, 2015 - 3:41 PM by Slowpoke