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Travel Blogs from Gstaad
... black 1939 Cadillac La Salle, car 33, cooked the brakes
on a mountain descent, and they were not alone… Rhys Timms and James Stone in
the big 1936 MG SA also had issues with no brakes, overheating causes failure of
the oil-seals. Andy Actman driving one of the sweep-vehicles reckons it was just
“routine problems” and welding up a hub and coming across cars with no brakes
was just a typical ...
... snowing. The Swiss highway takes you right into the heart of the Alps, half of the highway is winding around a mountain and the other is a tunnel going right through it. It's an impressive feat of human engineering that such a formerly hazardous road can be successfully navigated in a few hours' time.
Interlaken is almost in the center of Switzerland. It's full of charming Swiss log cabins and has a huge lake on one side of the ...
The day dawned perfectly clear - and I mean, not one cloud in the sky. The temperature was set to be in the 30's and as there are no decent riding roads around here, I decided to go up a mountain by alternative means.
The first stage is a cable car from Lauterbrunnen. Then a train along the top of the ridge to Murren. Everything above Lauterbrunnen is a traffic free zone but the locals have delivery Apes and scooters to buzz around on so I think it ...
... various parts of Germany. We reached Basel early in the morning and decided to take a 4 day youth pass for our Easter break :)
On the way to Interlaken (where we had booked out room) we saw gorgeous valley and hillocks. Interlaken name stems from the geographical location between two lakes. these are Lake Thun (west) and Lake Brienz (east). We reached Interlaken after a 3 hour train journey. It didn't take much time to find our Hostel. ...
... had a good range of restaurants and provided relatively easy access to the Jungfrau region which suited us to a tee.
Skiing in the Jungfrau region proved to be both a battle and a dream. On arrival in Wengen, we promptly stood in line for the gondola for 45mins. Ever wondered what it's like to have snow boards and stocks wedged in your back? Pay the line in Wengen a visit around 10am.
The good news for us was that the region catered for a ...