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... the empty coach back after each trip he goes to say Hello Everyone! but there's no reply and it makes him sad. It was very cloudy as we approached the alps, but the views were still pretty awesome. The roads are very twisty and steep, it makes the coach feel like a mountain goat. We caught our first glimpses of snow on the treetops and mountain tops which was extremely exciting, especially for Adriana as she has never seen snow before, and ...
... the river. It was a really nice re-connection for JD - and after lunch we visited Glenda's favourite chocolate shop - Max Chocolatier, (a big call in a city full of sweet temptations) - and came away with a bag of provisions, just in case of emergencies! (We've scored what we've eaten so far 10/10!)
Thursday promised mainly sunny skies, so we once again headed out for another walk. We took the cog-railway from our little village of Lauterbrunnen to ...
... First of all the scale of the Alps are truly unbelievable
even when you are staring right at them! In photos the alps are pretty but in reality the scale is so grand your eyes can hardly drink it in! On our hike up to the hutte (partially via gondola, of course!) we were
directly opposite the Eiger, Monk and Jungfrau, three amazing snow-capped,
Second, in ...
... Um, is it really $30??? Ugh, hitting the grocery store tomorrow!! Glad breakfast is included in my hostel stay along with laundry service and coffee. Not too bad. Washed my clothes since it was free and looked into activities for tomorrow.
Side note: I'm the only non-asian I've seen at my hostel. All the tourists seem to be Asian here. It's almost too strange. Why this small town in Switzerland? I must be entering the twilight ...
... ones made by the cruise ship.
The deep water had a greenish tint and was crystal clear. The Bubenberg was an older ship but slid gently
and silently across the still waters.
The only sound was the deep rumble of the engine. At every stop people
on shore all waved enthusiastically and we all waved back. The lake was surrounded on every side by
mountains, and the snow covered Alps shined in their glory. We could plainly see the snow covered ...