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Goed te doen, prachtige wandeling met mooie doorkijkjes!
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Na een heerlijk ontbijt in het pension gaan we richting grens... We hadden gedacht dat het er druk zal zijn maar dat valt reuze mee. Zelfs geen paspoortcontrole! We rijden Basel in. Wat een grote industriestad is dat. Allemaal fabrieken en het ruikt er chemisch. Na verloop van tijd verlaten we Basel en rijden richting Bern. De omgeving begint dan …
... were Jeff & Bev, the only white people in the audience. Jeff had fun playing the Alpen-horn, while Bev enjoyed a dance on stage with the lead singer (they were the only two dancing btw).
Such a shame after enjoying the one in Lucerne so much. At least the food was good! The show was free ... proving that you really do get what you pay for!
After this we headed home to our Heidi House for a well-deserved sleep after our big day ...
... need to find a Renault workshop for running repairs and won't be here as planned for any skiing or walking today. They are driving from Germany where they yesterday made a special trip across the border from France to post home to Australia some of their luggage/ possessions in anticipation of their return home in April at the end of their two year sojourn in France. Interestingly, the drive to Germany is necessary as the cost of postage in France is prohibitive. ...
... spending 3 nights. The village is half hour or so away from Interlaken and on the other side of the valley from where we stayed a couple years ago. As soon as we dropped our bags at the hostel, we picked up some authentic Swiss chocolate and began trekking up the mountain. The views of the chalets in the village were awesome, as were the mountains. I often say I feel like I am in a postcard when I'm in Switzerland and especially ...
... looking directly at The Big Three (Eiger, Monch and Jungfrau). From here, it looks a long way away up the slopes, through the forests and then bang, straight up!