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Swiss Rail Adventure 5-09-14
Today after a rather short nights sleep we all met for breakfast at 07h45
then slowly made our way to Wengen station to catch our train.
Wengen is a small town situated right on the edge of a massive cliff and is
only accessible by train and cable car and so other than a few small industrial
carts the streets are virtually vehicle free.
While exploring this area aboard my motorcycle I have often seen this town
from the tops of ...
... degrees!! What is with that?! Haha.
So now we are in Lauterbrunnen! We arrived here last night and spent all of today at Jungfrau which ill post towards the end of our time here. We have now reached the half way mark of this trip! As much as we are having a great time, we are missing a few things – our coffee machine, our washing machine and a home cooked meal! Eating out every day is not very fun hehe.
But for now its goodnight! ...
... outside the Concert hall and the fireworks were let off on the other side of the lake probably only about 2kms, very spectacular.
Our last day in Lucerne was wettish (our first real rain) we were supposed to spend the morning with a guide walking through the old part of the town, we skived off after the first 30 mins and did our own thing – a coffee in a local pub.
The afternoon was a trip by local bus and 2-stage cable ...
... just the four of us, so I said hello to the chick, but she just stared at me, it was quite uncomfortable. I don't go travelling to make new friends, but its polite to say hello to the people you will be trapped in a confined space with for the next 20 minutes. Then I thought she hadn't heard me. Then we started ascending and she was directly opposite me (about 30 cm between our knees) and she kept looking at me and I kept looking at her and every time our ...
... Lucerne. You need to stay in a mountain village to really experience the Alps. For the purpose of this trip though, it was alright. It served as an introduction to the mountains of Switzerland and it's located roughly halfway between Paris and Munich, our next destination. Next time, I would love to stay in the Bernese Oberland, with Wengen my number one choice as ...