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... everywhere to be seen, jumping off the mountain tops and landing in the large grassy park in the middle of town. We strolled around and took a few photos then came back to the flat for morning tea. After tea we went further into town and watched the paragliders landing and then called into the tourist bureau. The Swiss people are friendly and can converse well in English so we were able to get some ...
We hiked the morning as a group to a beautiful Alpine lake where Ben actually jumped in for a minute! Brrrr! Then on to a delicious mountain lunch at the Waldspitz Altitide Restaurant. Kids had a choice of 2 activities for the afternoon while the adults could hike a bit longer or have a it of R&R. M I chose the super high ropes course instead of the ...
... get the white ones in Switzerland. Cory got a wallet for his cards. We got monika a thank you card then got them some snacks as a treat. We had coffee at mcdonalds. It cleared up around four. When Cory checked his email the skydive company had sent one saying we could have tried but because we didn't have internet until the apartment at 5:30, it was too late and too dark. I felt bad for Cory, we was really excited to do it. For supper they made raclette. You have this little ...
... means less than $250 a night. As we read through our old journal from 40 years ago, we said, we thought Switzerland was going to break our budget, well, it appears they are going to do it again. Prices are way high. $3.50 for a Coke! Oh well, if we don't spend it, our kids will!!!
Made our way to the hotel about 3-4 blocks from the train station and checked in. Nice lady at the front desk (which closes at 8:00 pm?) checked us in. ...
... in flat cities. We knew Switzerland was going to break the bank. We've heard stories about 7chf drinks from Starbucks, 30chf entrees from mediocre restaurants, and Swiss people going over to France to buy their groceries (all true stories by the way - thank goodness breakfast was included at all the places we stayed at). So we decided to prepare for this by bringing over as much food as we could possibly fit in our backpacks. Our baggage weight doubled - ...