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Travel Blogs from Lyss
... for an hour up a cliff. “Navigation Fail”.
On the way home we stopped in at a local mall to shop for
provisions. The mall was quite big, but strangely designed as we couldn’t find
the entrance for almost 20 minutes. Maybe the French signs or maybe the Navigator,
one can’t be sure. Quite day equals 56 kms by bike with two climbs of 432
vertical meters each.
So back to camp for a swim in the Lake followed by beer,
braai and bed.
... with a drunk birthday boy and his cousins. Woke this morning sick. A huge thank you goes out to my aunt and uncle who are both sick. Cheers guys, just what I need, a nose thing. My nose thing and I went home, we ate then we all drove to Interlaken, one of the most incredible places in Switzerland. Interlaken lies between Lake Thun and Lake Brienz. Immensely stunning. My grandmother and I had a 1 hr horse carriage ride through Interlaken, just like we did when I was 6. Very ...
... are the snow and glacier covered peaks spectacular, but the dairy cows with bells in the steep rolling hills beside the track add to the uniqueness of the journey. The train had to slow down a few times for cows that had wandered on the track but they soon move as he toots the horn! Unfortunately I don't have any photos to share with you of this journey as when Jeff and I returned to Bern that night I had my camera and change purse stolen in a massively crowded supermarket.... ...
... to get to different sections of The Top of Europe. We went straight to the Snow Fun! We walked out to the snow with big smiles on our faces! There were people throwing snow at each other, people going on the flying fox and in the tubes sliding down the snow. We found out from other people that took a photo for us that you could do a 45 min walk through the snow to a restaurant at the top. We made our way to the restaurant which was hard to get use to walking through the snow, if we ...
While I was in Locarno, I knew my goal now was just to get to Barcelona. Luckily, in the train station I found a computer terminal plugged directly into the train timetables, for customer use. So I could browse from-to combinations to see how to do what I wanted to do.
I had figured out from my hard copy timetables that getting from Locarno to Barcelona was not going to be a real direct route. It would definitely involve either back tracking north to ...