Chalet Im Rohr
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... all gets backed-up and comes to a stand those fast cars simply have to sit there stationary while me on my bike plod on passed between the slow moving cars. At one point I must have passed well over 2000 stationery cars.
Finally I approach the Swiss border and police are cars and doing a random search. I was just glad when they waved me through as I really did not want to unload all my boxes here at the side of the road.
After a ...
... it when making their business) The walk is short and we find that there is a path that leads you into the mountainside and you can get behind the water fall and look down upon the campsite and some of the village. Its quite slippery as you get closer to the water…. Who would have thought! The sun had well and truly set by then and we got a few photos and took in the sight and headed back down for some dinner.
Once again we had a proverbial feast upon our hands as ...
... were self guiding, taking ourselves to any of the stops up the hillside. Kid gave us suggestions of what villages to see, what to avoid and strictly to be back at the Schweizerhof Hotel by 4.45pm or he will leave without us and we'll then have to make our own way back to Zurich, about 2 hours travelling. Wengen is a sweet little village where we wandered for a short time before boarding the cog wheel train again. Taking 45 mins, winding upwards on the picturesque ...
... in Switzerland. The national dish that I had is called a Rosti. This is basically a hash brown. They grate the boiled potato and fry it up with various toppings. I has cheese,onion and bacon on mine. They then top it with a fried egg. It was so delicious but I couldn't finish it because it was so rich and fatty. I am glad I did some grocery shopping for basics in France on our way in. Everything is expensive. It is worth it for the beautiful ...
... can see the whole town. It's pretty nice. To get up there though you have to go through some tunnels. Damn these Swiss like to dig through rock! I mentioned before the 16km tunnel through a mountain, this is a lot smaller but it just seams like they do it coz they can.
Pastry again at the campsite. This place has a Contiki chateau that has an old cellar that is now the "bomb shelter" bar. Tonight's party was the Swissco-Disco, come ...
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