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Austria to Switzerland

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I am still planning the last leg of my Italy, Austria and Switzerland trip. Can someone confirm for me how long it would take to travel by train from St. Johann im Pongau, Austria to the Interlaken area of Switzerland (Wengen, Grindelwald, etc)? If I am looking at the train schedules correctly it looks like about 9 1/2 hrs. I really want to see that area but 9 1/2 hrs on a train is a long time. Also any suggestions for good accomadations in the Interlaken area?
Thanks again for any advice you can give me!

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