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... passed over it on the way down it had turned to a dirty brown from the mornings snow melt.
... 5. Switzies are obsessed with gnomes. They're everywhere. 6. Thanks to wifi (which is basically everywhere ) we were able to FaceTime at the top of the mountain! 7. It's our last full day in Switzerland :( 8. Cows actually wear cow bells here. 9. We love how all the homes here have beautiful flower baskets hanging outside the windows. We will miss you Switzerland! Off to Austria ...
... shops, a couple of hotels each with a terrace restaurant, a proper train station plus a couple of other eating places. The backdrop though, was the same - the Eiger (3970m), the Monch (4107m) and the Jungfrau (4158m) and the high alpine Jungfraujoch station visible in the saddle....but only if you were looking for it. Away to the right, many other snow capped peaks, all around 3800m. Even without going any further, the views from Kleine Scheidegg are ...
... was closed as there was too much fresh snow and it was too dangerous. We had read how beautiful this walk was and the other suggested walks meant lots of expensive lifts or bus trips. As it was such a clear day we decided to ignore the expense and take the trip to Kleine Scheidegg (2061m) then on to Jungfraujoch (3454m), known as the 'Top of Europe'. We were so glad we did.
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... Vive la neige!
The last day took us to Zug and the pleasure of seeing the day end as the sun set on the lake. Zug is actuallly known for three things: very low taxes, very high rents and an amazing sun set. It is here that Sylvie also found her long sought after booze..made in Zug!! She was very happy - to say the least ! Eh Syl??!! haha. A very valid reason to come back !
So much more to see and do, but the week went by in a flash!