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... either side of the lake.
On the way to Gstaad we stopped in Oberhofen to visit Schloss Oberhofen on the shore of Lake Thun. This castle was originally built in the 13th century and over the years it (and the attached village) passed from one posh family to another until the last one had to sell both it and their silverware (but hopefully not their daughter's virtue) due to diminished circumstances.
Each owner added bits and pieces to the castle including a ...
... named after. It's nearly 300m & one of the worlds highest freefalling waterfalls. Staub means dust & Bach means stream. So-called because if there is little breeze, the water looks like dust. It helped make Lauterbrunnen famous when Germany's most famous author, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe was inspired to write a poem about this particular waterfall: Song Of The Spirits Over The Water The spirit of Man Resembles water: Coming from heaven, Rising to heaven, ...
... I was able to see all the mountain tops. Spending enough time at the top we took the train back down, stopping half way at a ski lodge to have sausages for lunch. After lunch I took the train back down the rest of the mountain, did some shopping and bought more food to make dinner. Exhausted from my day, I had dinner and spent the night in my dorm talking with some of my roommates from Korea.
... bathing in the beautiful morning sunlight or having a lie in while the sun streams into your bedroom, when two nutters scream through the tranquility on a red scooter from hell ... sorry everybody, but what great fun! During our Vespa road trip, we managed to stumble across the oddest, and most out of place thing we'd come across so far ... a bear sanctuary in the middle of Southern Austria. Nestled in the valley was a house; a common house like the ones we'd been whizzing past ... ...
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 ...