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... It was here at the station I bid farewell to my two Australian friends and they left on a train to Interlaken while I left on a train back up the steep mountain to my hotel town of Wengen.
It sure had been a mighty long day and I was exhausted. Not only did I walk for miles but doing it all at this high altitude really takes it out of you.
Tomorrow is going to be just as long a day as today as we are up early then it’s no less than 7 trains back home to my brother’s house in ...
... we had won four free Sunday roasts playing trivia a couple of weeks ago with Pilko and Ed, so we simply had to use them before we left. It was a fitting way to end our time in the UK. Sunday night in a typical little English pub, drinking non-English beer (nobody in England drinks their own beers, most of them drink Fosters, WTF), having Sunday roast with roast beef and Yorkshire puddings and watching the round-ball code.
... s in shape - what a fast walker !
There's clocks everywhere. You can check time easily.
Those trains and boats are ON-TIME leaving.
While onboard if a train is delayed on arrival by a minute or two, it is announced to the passengers inside.
Bus stops have boards that tell how long for a bus # to arrive.
Inside buses are electronic boards showing upcoming stops along ...
... have the touristy locations like Venice and Verona although they certainly have their fair share of similar interests. There is just something about enjoying a glass of acqua frizzante and visiting with a small group of locals who will tell you stories about their lives and their home towns.
One of my pleasures during this trip has been Asiago cheese...what a treat. It's a ...
... our legs, because we only made it up 3/4 of the way up. We thought we were almost at the summit, but when we rounded what we thought was the top, we saw there was still a good bit to go. We didn't pack enough food and water, so we headed back down, and started the hour descent to Gimmelwald. It's tough to walk a steep descent for two hours, and we could really feel it in our legs by the time we got down. Along the way we stumbled upon a really great waterfall (it's still amazing ...