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We didn't hang around long in Germany, in fact the next morning we were on a train bound for Interlaken in Switzerland. Don't worry, we aren't done with Germany. So our second day in Europe began with an introduction to the rail system and rail passes. It was a long ride but Leo snoozed for a good portion of it, and the countryside was a good distraction. We started off out interlaken adventure by walking around the town, but with the cold we were ...
... guys, we were just getting engaged!' Maki had finally pulled question after well and truly enough time. So we got to celebrate with them their first night as a newly engaged couple, so we took them down to our glamorous local, the Pig ‘n’ Whistle. It was an early night because of what we had planned for tomorrow.
On Wednesday, we got up at four bloody am. Wimbledon (where they play the tennis) is only a ...
... the last decade because we were so tired and every little thing was funny). We took shifts through the night until the next train at 5:10 came in. Then, at 6:30 we were finally home sweet home at the Kartause and back in Gaming.
It was incredible first weekend that will be hard to beat. A lot of great memories (some I don't want to experience again!) with a lot of great people. What an adventure it was and I'm looking forward to many more to come this semester - hopefully less dramatic!
... extremely difficult to see. I decided to simply plod along at about 55mph which seemed a safe speed in these conditions. At least if anything from this bad weather it meant the bike would get a wash and hopefully get rid of most of the salt that was all over it from the road down from Edinburgh.
As I plodded on through Luxembourg the weather got better and at last I could actually see what the surrounding area looked like. Many parts of Luxembourg look very much ...
... to do with the first gondola), which took nearly 40 minutes it was such a long way up.
From there we set off on our hike, joined by the masses, to see the big lakes up in the mountains as a first stop, then onto Scheringe Platte, only if we could last the full 6 hours. The 50 minute walk to the lakes was mostly up hill and most of the tourists (me included) were taking little breaks to 'look at the view' before continuing onwards. At the lake we sat and took it all in, ...