Hotel Chalet Swiss
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- Continental Breakfast
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... to walk for as long as she did! And both Avaia and Talia ran from experience to experience making it a challenge for us to keep up.
This was a day to remember. A highlight FOR SURE, and……while under one of Muggestutz's pine trees waaaaay up in the alps, he sent me a message that he intends to come and visit his cousins in the Rocky Mountains sometime soon….
... which would have been even more beautiful if it had not been overcast and raining. Lots of mountains, valleys, cows and Canola Oil fields. The bright yellow flowers of the Canola Oil fields contrasted beautifully with the dark green pasture land for the cattle. Beautiful scenery.
Both Lausanne and Bern were quick stops and on to Interlaken. We got a glimpse of the beauty of the Alps as we headed from Bern to Interlaken. ...
... up with bread which is the traditional Swiss meal and then we were meant to have burgers but apparently that means a pattie with gravy, Brussels sprouts and potato...very nice but not what we were expecting. To finish up we had strawberry ice cream which was yummy! We sat out in the lounge and talked to everyone for awhile before heading to bed just after 10. Enjoyed Switzerland but not my favourite place, it is very expensive and the people are not that ...
... to the plight of some birds on one woman's window-ledge. The Swiss countryside passing by looks tidy and ordered somehow, and all signs are determinedly in four languages (French, German, English, Italian). I try frantically to remember if 'Swiss' is language (words cannot describe my embarrassment at not knowing this) and conclude it probably isn't since I haven't seen it on any signs in the country. I meet a couple on the train who are going between Swiss ...
We did the Jungfraujoch as planned and what a spectacular day it has been. Alarm was set for 6.30 and we caught the 7.45 bus into Interlaken, walked along to the tourist info bureau to buy our tickets as they opened, followed by a stroll along to the station in order to catch the 8.35 train bound for the top. It takes over two and a half hours in total with a couple of train changes along the way to reach the ...