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... day than many see in the summer months.
There was something amazing about seeing snow again, touching this icy element once again and of course the first thing you did was throw a snow ball. Snow angels, Skywalks and ice caves are all popular things to do at the top and allow you to truly admire and view the beauty that Switzerland has to offer. Some more daring people also opted to snowboard the striking tracks ...
group dinner and go out on our own for a traditional Swiss meal of cheese
fondue and Toblerone cheesecake.
The restaurant was a small chalet with a beautiful patio
with wooden chairs and tables. We sat between 2 couples and began soaking up
the beauty of where we were. We began talking to one couple and discovered they
were Canadian; we started talking to the other couple, and discovered they were
Australian…we all ...
... Ouray is a mini version of this valley. The sheer cliff walls and waterfalls both look so much like this place in Switzerland. You know, Ouray is nicknamed "little Switzerland" after all. Seeing all of this makes me grateful that I live in a place like Colorado.
Now down on the valley floor we hike towards Lauterbrunnen. Along the way we stop off to tour a waterfall that has eroded it's way back into ...
... It was definitely a long day on the bus. We did stop at an Autogrill, one of Europe’s amazing rest stops. We paid one euro to use the toilets and received a one euro voucher in return. John and I used our vouchers to get a Solero, a Cornetto, and two Kinder eggs (Hi, Yvonne!) at the shop. There was also a bin of free Toblerone samples on the ground floor. I love European rest stops.
We drove into the Lauterbrunnen Valley around 5:15. Since ...
... Swiss Franc's and a bite to eat, boarded our train and were in Interlaken before we knew it.
Which brings up an interesting bit of trivia… What’s up with the CHF and all the CH bumper stickers on the Swiss truncks/bumpers? Turns out that in order to come up with a language neutral name for their new tri lingual country, when the Swiss inked their confederation in 1848, they chose a neutral language, Latin, to name the Confederation of ...