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... has been only 70 miles. We have not been pushing it hard.
We stopped in Meiringen to get a sandwich and, yes, a meringue. This town supposedly discovered the meringue. We drove to the Trummelbach Falls and took a cable car part way up. This waterfall was amazing. Up to 20,000L of water per second corkscrews through ravines and potholes shaped by the swirling waters. The 10 falls drain from 24 sq km ...
... s Aare Ravine is the most recent of those paths.Since the end of the 19th century, the 1.4 kilometer long adventure gorge can be reached by safe bridges and tunnels. It takes about 40 minutes to hike through to the other entrance/exit, on the opposite side, namely, the Innertkirchen side.
As the daylight temperature kept rising it was time to head for the some mountain passes. Thoune, Interlaken and Brienz are perfect bases to ride ...
Jessie had to work today, so Travis and I walked a couple of hundred metres to the corner where we caught a bus into the city of Thun. It is at the lower end of Lake Thun and is the gate to the area called Bernese Oberland. It was only a 15minute drive in a very modern bus and we were there. We looked at the shops - stopping to drool at the bakeries and peering in the delicatessens at cheeses and meats and trying to decipher what they may be. ...
... them at a bar on the Alps for a bit before we got into the company van who took us back to where the sky divers land. I waited on the oval by myself for a while watching all the adrenaline sports around me while lying in the sun just soaking up every bit of Switzerland I could. A while later Emma and Gavin came down so I took many photos of them landing. When they got down it was the funniest thing I had ever seen they were full of ...
... were in Zermatt, we had to make the tough decision of scheduling home an earlier flight. We are about 70% of the way through, but we have already burned through 100% of what we budgeted for the trip. We could afford to finish, but we don't want to be totally broke when we come home. Both our parents have offered to help us, but it's not totally about the money. It is more a combination of money, costs, weather, and other general annoyances. The most annoying thing is that it is ...