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... table, showers, toilets, fridges, table tennis and bar. A silence rule after 10pm, means easy sleep. We spent the rest of our first afternoon in the pool and jacuzzi, giving fussball a spin also. We decided to go out for one dinner here in Interlaken at Landgashof Hirschen. Here we sampled traditional Swiss food, in a three course meal. Grilled cheese, cheese fondue, and meranque for desert.
The next day, we again woke to ...
... Given it was a misty kind of day we didn’t go right up, but even a couple of stops was well worth it. At the last stop we walked through a very gorgeous little village with so much snow everywhere that we only thought it was appropriate to have a hot chocolate and watch the snow fall from inside a cute café. The way back was a fun tram ride & gondola with a quick stop at Coop to pick up some suppliers for the evening. ...
... about the whole way.
I was heading duel south towards the town of Metz when my satnav indicated for me to take a turn-off to the right. Well there were about 3 off-ramps one after the other and I just could not make out which one was the correct one and of course I took the wrong one and found myself heading back onto the m/way I had just come off. This did not really matter but was going to add vital time onto my days travelling as I was now going to have to go ...
This weekend away in the Swiss Alps was so much fun! We left by bus Thursday night and arrived at our hostel at about 3 a.m. In the morning, Callie and I were scheduled to go canyon jumping with a group! Our other roommates decided to go paragliding off of the mountain. The people that organized canyon jumping drove us up the mountain to our canyon. We then had to hike a bit to get to the ...
... went to FL
and became a baby, I'd never leave. So I got back to Interlaken on half a
battery since it was all downhill then flat. I even put it on max power
to relax a little bit more. Didn't help, but I imagined it did. 50
miles is a long ride on anything other than a road bike. I went to the
train station while I still had the bike and found out about the stupid
French strike. WTF. That country is messed up. Honestly, if it wasn't
going to cost ...