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Travel Blogs from Gstaad
RALLY REPORT FROM THE ENDURANCE RALLY ASSOCIATION
We drove across an alpine mountain range to Gstaad today. Just as we thought we
had seen every kind of extreme weather condition, we drove up a foggy mountain
and found it was snowing at the summit. Ludovic Bois in his Volvo Amazon, car 82, suffered a spot of altitude sickness
and refused to run any further at the top of one pass, and had ...
... for a gelato stop, so we ordered our cones. We began to walk across the street, but were caught off guard by a very strange sight- a giant Hooters sign. We both agreed that this was the last franchise we'd expect to find in the middle of Switzerland! So we got a little closer to see if the uniforms were the same. Sure enough, the waitresses donned the signature shirts and shorts. We did notice that their shirts were a lot less filled than in Vegas though. Ha ha! We continued across ...
... up hahahaha. We arrived back at the hostel and made our way to the festival…it was pretty good.
After the festival we watched the opening ceremony for a little while and then made our way to the hostel bar (where we made more friends). We met a few guys that were BASE jumpers which was really cool…(BASE jumping is like sky diving but they just jump off anything that is high like a massive cliff. Apparently its really popular in ...
... to arrive in Gimmelwald. This village is tiny. Less than 100 people living in the village itself, all of whom seem to be some sort of farmer. But the people of the village and Gimmelwald itself, were both incredible. Much like Murren, there were cows everywhere, all with bells attached to thir collars. We stopped at a small shop and bought some fresh farm eggs and cheese, both coming from that farm. The little lady who helped us walked into the ...
Day 26 - Interlaken:
The train ride was beautiful even though it was
foggy. I got to Bern and got another train to Interlaken. I got off the
train and right away knew I was going to love this place despite the
cold. I talked to some people and figured out where the hostel was and
went and checked in. Along the way I saw a sign with a huge list of
adventures. I love this place. The hostel had upgraded me to a single
room in the hotel for free and ...