I recently broke my leg, and although it is healed, I am not in excellent physical condition. I plan to visit Gruyeres for one day/night later this month but I have seen videos showing steep stairs and terrain in the village. I also have seen videos/pics of amazing fondue and chocolate. So, I have some questions and hoping for advice:
1-If I arrive by train, and the bus 263 drives from the "Gare" to the Ville stop, it looks like I only have 3 minutes to get off the train and on to the bus. I have the bus schedule but does this seem correct? Is it possible for a person to do this, if they are a slow mover and have luggage?
2-Once at the Ville stop, does one have to climb stairs to get to the no-car section of the Village? Or, is it a steep incline?
3-I would love to enjoy fondue and some other local specialties but I have some questions about how others have coped with this, digestionwise, while traveling. These questions might be too "graphic" or "too much information" to post on a public forum so if someone could message me about this particular question, I would appreciate it.
Thank you in advance.