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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 ...
... we take a train down to a funicular into Lauterbrunnen BLM. If you need to leave from there you have to walk across the street to Lauterbrunnen train station, where all points are accessible. Today we ventured into Lauterbrunnen and walked to see the town. On the edge of town there is a waterfall called, Staubbach. We decided not to venture up to see this waterfall as the rain went from a drizzle to fat drops. We decided that a cup of coffee and pastry ...
... and settled on another bench facing the grassy field that contained promises of leaping frogs. We sat as I scrutinized the grass for the slightest sign of rustling, a grasshopper, frog, anything, but nothing leapt. Aside from the lack of wildlife, the view was pretty incredible. The field was centered in front of Young Maiden Mountain, another alpine wonder that glistened brightly nestled in between two green-sided hills. It was starkly chiseled in comparison to it's ...
... shops, lots of snow gear shops, restaurants and a Co-op. The Co-op was shut along with some of the shops with it being Easter Monday. Had tea at the Baren hotel and restaurant. John had rosti with sausage and leek and I had a rosti pizza with veg and ...
... I'd get bored, so I'd go over into the phone booth built into the wall. Only this phone booth wasn't just an ordinary phone booth. It was a time machine. So I traveled back to 1941 and took a train to Berlin to go kill Hitler with my sniper cardboard tube.
Just kidding. But the phone booth did have this neat computer like screen, where you could send emails to people. I tried ...