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... discount ticket for your next visit to the loos". We were all laughing over it but her husband decided to use the ticket or at least try and use the ticket.
Down at the loos he puts in a 50 cent coin and then the discount ticket but within minutes the assistant came over and told him he needs to pay 1 Euro and then explained this discount ticket was not for a discount at the loos but its for a discount in the station shops. Of course that simply just caused more ...
... away by what I saw I felt no need for any activity other than simply soaking it up. Hopefully, my photos will do justice to the spectacular scenery. I'm also going to try to attach a couple of videos. They are a bit scratchy but will give you a better impression of the place. Unfortunately the videos won't load which is a great pity as they provide perspective which photos cannot. ...
... anything more that requires me to take more money out of the ATM.
tomorrow is our last day in Switzerland. We will probably check out interlaken and discover that all the tshirts watches, Swiss knives etc are about 1/2 price there! Oh well, I am happy with all the little gifts I have brought - especially my grandsons. They must be the youngest kids in the world to have flick flack watches!
After an early night we had an early-ish start. There was a prayer meeting at 7.10 and this was followed by breakfast at 7.25. We both made it down and collected our ski passes before collecting our equipment and heading out to the station at 8.00. The hotel has a locker at the station so we left our walking boots there before getting on the train for Wengen. Moving all the Oakhall folks up the hill, and tangling with the Swiss ski school caused some delays but eventually ...
... boots velcro'd together slung over one shoulder, skis resting on the other, carrying our poles in our hands, and Caitlin still carrying her bag of tissues and cough drops, about to take the shortcut down to our hotel that we were so excited about finding earlier, when we took our first steps in our not-made-for-the-snow foot wear and almost ended up on our backs. Surely the whole path couldn't be that icy you say? Well you're right. Just enough of it ...