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Travel Blogs from Saas-Fee


A travel blog entry by amy.beith


Today I visited jungfraujoch, also known as the top of a Europe. It is a world heritage site if the Swiss alps by UNESCO. It is the highest railway station in Europe at 3454 m and located in the beautiful Swiss alps. It is really an amazing engineering marvel ...

Moving on

A travel blog entry by rogersgapyear


... war buildings survived the war, with many of the older buildings still showing bullet marks in the stone. The first day I was there I had to haul wheelbarrows full of pig **** up a hill through the mud, and the guy I was working with slipped and found himself buried under pig **** and mud, but things got easier after that. Each morning new baby goats were being born and at times I had to hold the mothers while the baby’s were pulled out of them, ...

Crossing the Alps

A travel blog entry by 2tillbrooks


... too much and tired due to our disruption last night. Planned to drive over the Alps into Italy only to find the road was closed, feeling very jealous of the people out skiing and snowboarding around us. Backtracked slightly to get back on the highway to take us into Italy, taking us up and over the Alps with spectacular views. Parked up near a castle overlooking a lake after loosing alot of height, no snow in sight only a backdrop of snowy peaks from the Alps.

So many activities!! ..Sep-Dec

A travel blog entry by panksinswld


... place...perfect..after an hour or so Tanja also dropped in..! and we headed out to see the stalls. It was a cloudy and cold day, but the stalls had lots to offer and we managed to stay till the fog was replaced by darkness. Then the crowds got even worse..and it was painfully slow to walk through some of the aisles! End of day was a made dash to get a seat on the train (breaking some basic etiquette rules .. oh well.. :0( ) and a hour or so later, we were ...

"Swiss Franc" Connections

A travel blog entry by pugetview


Greetings--or "Bog"---as they say here in Croatia. (Bog also means "God." The greeting derives from "God be with you" and is spoken as a hello or goodbye greeting. We have been in Croatia about three weeks and will share those experiences in our next installment. First we need to tell you about our "Swiss-Franc Connection"---our few days in the Interlaken/Lauterbrunnen area of Switzerland, and a two-day meet-up with daughter Brittany and her boyfriend Dylan in ...


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