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We plan to take a walk to Klein Scheidegg, about 6.7 km away, climbing over 700 m in height. It usually takes 2:45, but the snow has covered the ground, 10-20 cm deep. In some places, even more. We walked very slowly and it's not easy to climb up with soft fluffy snow on the ground. The altitude is nearly 2000 m, so our breathing was a …
I woke up at 521, after waking up twice in midnight. I took a walk along the lakeside, Lac Leman. Departure from routine life is the feeling of vacation. The sky gradually turned light, cloudy day, walking allows me to think and get warm at the dawn. Thought about walking all the way to the United …
... and fun; to Victoria
for the Spanish Club and a great dinner and wine at her lovely home; Patrick
& Sylvia for the wine, cheese and conversation; to Rolf H. for the
motorcycle trip. Thank you, thank you, and
thank you. Ich bin dankbar.
is the Disneyland of order and social harmony.
It is a secure and peaceful place.
It is not a part of Europe. It
might not even be a part of this world.
... us and so we went to the nearby restaurant and hoped that the weather would be better after lunch. Hazel: There was a perfectly nice road for cars too! Why did we have to climb in ****** weather???
And indeed after some fondue, ham and gratin the weather really had slightly improving and now standing at the cliffs offered impressive views (nothing for the faint hearted as there was no fence) Hazel: The only person with a faint heart was Kevin. ...
... Still, we remained determined, and decided instead to take a trip up to the peak of nearby Bussalp. Only reachable by bus, I spent the majority of the trip mildly terrified as our driver recklessly swerved the gigantic vehicle up and around every twist and turn of the ascent, Rachael blissfully unaware from her aisle seat of just how close we were to the edge of the road and almost certain death. The summit, however, was nothing short of breathtaking, looking out over all ...