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Travel Blogs from Moleson
... Wings I do not know.
the bike turned I roll out the coach and follow all the cars along each and
every wagon and finally onto the platform and off.
am now heading for the wonderful Swiss town of Interlaken. As I ride along this
road its then I realise that I have been here before and that was when I took
the wrong road a few years ago on my Transalp. Soon its way off the main road
and onto a wonderful little twisty back road and up over a ...
... for night’s lodging at a wonderful Italian hotel just outside of town with a great view of the mountains.
Serious rain finally arrived the next morning and the decision was made to abandon a planned trip to Chamonix, given the cloud cover around Mount Blanc. By the time we climbed to the top of the Grand St. Bernard pass and the Swiss border, visibility was nearly zero, and the rains were compounded by winds. After a stop to warm our ...
On our morn walk we ventured into the back streets where the real people live and discovered more hidden beauty. We walked into the town square past Louis Pasteur's home and college. We decided to have a picnic breakfast in a cute little spot once just outside the town limits, which we all enjoyed greatly. Today's diving has taken us through lush dairy farming country with very contented looking ladies, sunflowers fields with heads ...
... place. The environment was awesome. Everyone was happy, dancing, buying things, listening to music, eating different food items etc. And from there we left to Chillon to see the chateau de Chillon. It was a beautiful place. The chateau was right next to the lake and the scenery appeared as if the chateau was floating in the lake.
The opening ceremony and start of actual CSCS course: Before the start of classes we ...
... clock tower and one of Bern's most recognizable landmarks. Our first dinner was with Yvette and her two children Laura and Lucas (now all grown up). Yvette worked with my father for many years and became a close family friend. She surprised me by inviting two other longtime family friends, Judith and John, as well as my sister's best friend from Switzerland, Sandra. We had a wonderful meal, plenty of wine, and laughed as we recounted old stories. ...