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... them now. Back on the road, we continued to drive up and down the mountains, in and out of the snow covered, through clouds, until we reached Interlaken, Switzerland - a small town with a lake on either side completely surrounded by Alps. The day we arrived just so happened to be slightly cloudy and so we didn't have a great view of the country side we were surrounded by. Now, we had to find a place to sleep for the weekend. One of our RD's had told us of this amazing place up in ...
... the tallest Alp in Switzerland and of Europe. Our ascent started with
a train to the top. Be sure when you take the train to prepare for potential
altitude sickness; some of us had a rough ascent.
When at the top, Jungfrau was a whole new world. There were
cafes, souvenir shops and a full tour of different exhibits. After a small
break of a latte and chocolate, as well as writing postcards to get postmarked
at the top of ...
... pushed out
of a passage-control where it then ran down the mountain. Bill and Jock Burridge
from New Zealand in their 1925 Buick had just about the worst problem of the day
when a front hub broke on the last closed-road test-section… the hub was
stripped down and a local workshop found to weld it up, and the car was soon
running again. Snow was falling and visibility was down to 15 metres. Glen Duthie in ...
We got up early today and drove into Milan to drop off Cj andJoe, and then take a train to Switzerland. Thank goodness we left early because we got a little lost driving into Milan. Who knew there were 2 streets called Luigi Galvani?! It all worked out perfectly...the car rental drop off was actually at the Hilton where Carol Joe and Jo were staying for the night, and the train station was just a 5 minute walk from there. We bought our tickets and made the ...
... cliffs is the Jungfrau mountain region which I believe are the tallest mountains in Europe! It reminded me a lot of the Rocky Mountains in Canada. We headed off for a walk through the valley towards the Jungfrau along a little country road with farms either side. All the cows here have big bells on their necks and the whole way we could hear the bells ringing which was neat. Sometimes there would be so many ringing at once it sounded like church bells. Elijah ...