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... our lunch took far too long. We ate at a café and our waiter forgot to put in our order. So our quick lunch took 1 1/2 hours. We didn't get a chance to explore the town. You would be proud of your daughters. They all tried escargot - and liked it. The girls dashed into a chocolate shop and Michal and Becky dashed into ...
... reaching 2350m) for some happy snaps and a playful snow fight, before facing the facts that our budget only allowed for one way tickets forcing us to finding our snow covered path back home. It was an incredibly steep decent, working our leg muscles to the max. Made it back to Brienz by late afternoon jumping straight into Skippy, finding a spot not far along the lake to rest and put our feet ...
... above Wilderswil. It reminds me of Shaun the Sheep if you've ever seen the videos.
We're sad to leave Switzerland but we're looking forward to the next leg of our trip. Things about Switzerland that we observed:
- There are a ton of flies! Our apartment came with 3 fly sweaters...now we know why.
- When the buses pickup or drop off passengers, they automatically "dip" down so folks can easily get on and off.
- Lots ...
... section is truly breathtaking!! As the train winds its way up the very steep grade towards the next station of Eigerwand at 2865m the half way station below looks more like a small dot in the snow.
Soon it all falls into darkness as we enter an extremely long and winding tunnel which must be quite a few miles long as it takes about 20 minutes to reach the top of the mountain from 1st entering the tunnel. However, it’s not all sitting looking at the dark tunnel ...
... saw them in front of you. We walked on and on, and as with Norway, walked through long pathways of snow, some of them were easy and fun, others were uphill (still ok), and then suddenly downhill which involved a lot of slipping and falling over (for me) as we tried to carefully navigate through. These were all safe, just a challenge to tackle on the way. One part that was mentally challenging and perhaps less safe, was later on walking across the side of the mountain that ...