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... of the mountain’s interior. Finally we reached Jungfraujoch, Europe’s highest train station (inside the rock still).
Once we reached the “Top of Europe”, it was clear this was a Swiss Disneyland! There blue “tour” signs guided us through the different areas of the mountain-top complex. First, we jumped on “Europe’s fastest lift” which climbs 108 meters in a few seconds (traveling 6.8 m/s) ...
... experience has opened my kids’ minds the much bigger world out there. I am pretty sure that it has given them much more confidence.
As for my work here, it has been very interesting but not drastically different than what I do back home. However, I have had the opportunity to be a part of some very large and international projects (something I might not have been able to do back home) and have learned a ...
... we had invested $83CAD to ride to the top, (the transaction was available in Canadian dollars), lunch for 45 sf and dessert for 13sf, we had an afternoon that set us back about $140.
Exhausted from the adereline pumping activities of the afternoon, we returned the same way we came up... sort of.
We waited for the gondola which goes every 15 minutes. As we waited, there was also an English family who didn't love their mother enough to tell ...
... center of the single track, the cars by-pass one another). Clearly the kids in the photo were over doing it.
We walked to the bus stop as instructed, but saw a sign pointing to Mount Pilatus Bahn (rail), so we walked in the direction fo the signs and within 10 minutes were there. I had suggested earlier in the day that, "The map says..." but was asked to seek out directions, which is why we talked about the bus.
Upon arriving within 200' of ...
... buildings made out of wood, and most of the architecture is less than 100 years old. It is the first place in Europe that I know without a doubt I could live in. I'm not sure if it is because it is so much like Canada, or just because it's amazing. I saw an add asking for a nanny for a 6 year old and almost seriously considered it.
The Alps themselves are amazing, and for lack of a better description, less rocky than the Rockies. Almost immediately I preferred ...