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... 3 passes in one day. We did just that driving to the Grimsel pass and meeting with my niece Monique and friend Kurt on their motorbikes.After a great lunch at the Grimsel Hospiz, we continued our scenic tour via the Furka Pass and Susten Pass where Liz decided to experiment walking bare feet on the snow......not for very long!
31st July was the end of the lease of our Peugeot.We drove to Geneva, parked the car on the French side of ...
Leaving Zurich was a great idea! Its not a bad place, but I wouldn't recommend it too highly. Not however, like the rest of Switzerland.....
I met Michelle in Lisbon a few weeks back on my 'Boys leaving do'.... I was dressed as a cowboy and apparently my dancing abilities, along with 'Le Coq' were too much to resist ;). We arranged to meet up in Switzerland, given that she is swiss, knows all the good places and is incredibly lovely.
... some shoes and we both bought a "beanie". We had lunch with Jessie along the river where there are many restaurants and bars – lucky she was able to interpret the menu and I ordered “supe” which turned out to be carrot and ginger soup which was surprisingly delicious. Trav and I filled in the afternoon by wandering around the town – visiting a very nice MacDonalds on the edge of the river Aare, and other familiar modern ...
... area covers 24 square km and half of this is covered by snow and glaciers. Up to 20,000 litres of water is pumped through these falls every second.
We visited the lowest falls first where you can see the effects of the glacial sediment, having turned the water a milky green colour. We then headed up into the mountain via a specially designed Cable Car that moves up a shaft specifically cut for it.
After this it was stairs, stairs and ...
... but you can't eat those.
But the endless hiking, uncountable mountains, crystal clear lakes and rivers to dip your feet into, giant fields to frolic in, beautiful public fountains that are nearly all drinkable, pretty buildings, stunning valleys, houses perched precariously and in solitary, all just within a stones' throw...it's not fair.