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We left Paris at 7 AM this morning. The girls were very groggy!! While we enjoyed our time in Paris, everyone was glad to be on our way.
We drove through the French countryside. We stopped at the little town of Beaune. It was a lovely quaint French town. The stop was only for two hours for us to explore ...
... bread was shaped like the notches in the middle of the train tracks that's pulls the train up. With our bellies full the trip continued, neither of us actually realising how high we were going until we went around a corner and we're instantly blown away by the views. A recent cold snap had brought some early snow that covered our last stop and the marvellous Alps beyond. Walked to ...
... worked out so we could experience Lake Brienz via boat.
We're having leftovers tonight and then we'll pack up as tomorrow we say goodbye to Switzerland and head to Normandy, France. We found Switzerland to be very expensive so we packed lunches and cooked dinner every night.
Ethan chose to not bring a stuffed animal on our trip. He found the cutest, softest, fluffiest sheep yesterday and named it Schilthorn, in honor of the ...
... the views get better and better. Soon every inch of the surrounding area is covered in snow and the area is just beautiful.
After about 30min we arrive into the half way station of Eigergletscher at 2061m where we have to change trains and board our train for the very steep climb to the "Top of Europe".
At Eigergletsscher the snow is pretty thick on the ground but the sky is blue and the weather is just great.
It’s another busy train to the top ...
... experienced in Norway, where we chased one ridge after another and the 'top' seemed to be constantly moving. But we did make it eventually and according to the tourist signs well ahead of time!
As we crested the mountain and the walk flattened out, the fog started to roll in and again our views were restricted to our immediate surroundings. As we were walking on our own, it was quite eerie at times, and then startling when you heard someone talking in the distance and ...