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... 8217;d touched anything! Time to pack up and hit the road.
We started out by heading out of town to see the Rheinfall (again). This was pretty easy from the Swiss side of the river; you just park in a lot and walk down to the river bank for a nice overview. The parking lot charges a confiscatory flat rate of 6F, or if you don't have Francs, they take Euros on parity with Francs.
You’re further away rom the falls here, so you get a nice ...
... glaciers and snow deposits. They are inside the mountain. We climbed all the way to the top to see the full power of this thing. Then we slowly came all the way down and stopped at different locations to see how the fall was running. Eldon would have loved to see a huge boulder come down the fall. It would have been interesting but a bit scary for me.
We skipped Interlaken. We drove a couple ...
... which allowed us to walk outside on the snow. In summer this area is known as Snow Fun and you can sledge, ski and zipline. Unfortunately it was all closed and we could just throw a bit of snow at each other in the cordon off section.
Next we walked through the mountain in a very touristy but still cool displays. First was Alpine sensation which had a giant snowglobe and information and displays about Guyer-Zeller and the process of building ...
... you are watching a natural television when kayaking in Abel Tasman & sitting on a golden beach looking out to sea with the stars all around. Unfortunately, I was too lazy to get out of my deckchair to get my camera, but here are photographs of the hostel & the view from my window.
After a good sleep & managing ...
... climbed the stairs to the rental counter, cleared the paper work in less then a minute and we where on our way....by train ?? Hum....no, we have plenty of time, why don't we take the paddle steamer to Lausanne?
That's a deal, let's do that.
The return trip was on the clearest and warmest day we had for some time, enjoying the sun, the water and scenery, sailing from Geneva to Yvoire (France) and back along the coast the Lausanne.