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... we were flying along at quite a
speed. The line heads through a mighty long tunnel under the 3698m high
Balmhorn mountain and finally arrives at the town of Kandersteg.
about 25 or so minutes its out of the dark tunnel and into glorious sunshine.
the train stopped I now had to turn my bike around in this coach. Certainly not
an easy job as there was only about 1ft to spare with the bike standing
sideways. How they ever move big heavy bikes such ...
... We started out through the French Savoie and the cheese-making area of Beaufort. A road closure forced us on another interesting “deviation” on the way to Flumet. Morning clouds continued to threaten, but held off all day for another great ride in the Alps over more passes, including a stop at the Italian border at Col du Petit St. Bernard. After a wonderful ride down the backside of the mountain, the road followed a river valley ...
... was covered by the Mobilis pass that were given to us. But Zurich is in different canton and hence we bought a Swiss pass. We planned everything on previous night and left early in the morning on Saturday ( i.e. 12th July) . We reached Zurich around 10 am and took a boat ride in the lake of Zurich. Zurich is more of a city than a place of natural beauty. Next we headed to Rhine falls. It is the largest falls in Europe. We took a boat ...
... up with old friends. We had four dinners with friends in Fribourg and took a day trip to Bern to reconnect over lunch with Yann and his family who came in from Zurich. Yann, Claudia, Nathan, and Leanne met at the Bern train station, and we strolled around town for a while before having a traditional Swiss lunch outside. Of course, you can't visit Bern without seeing the Bern bears, the many beautiful fountains downtown, and the famous Zytglogge - an ...
... down. We went up and down our little mountain perhaps a dozen times before I decided that her red cheeks and frozen hair probably needed a little warming up and we headed inside for an early lunch. We had planned to get Alexandra into ski school but upon arrival discovered that you had to enrol at the beginning of the week, and could not enter mid-week. Daniel decided to take her skiing instead and they headed off by themselves for a ...