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It was a narrow gauge line with full width carriages and a ratchet gear down the center of the track to cope with the climbs and very steep descents through the mountains
It was amazing, rivers, snow peaks, little villages,..ups and downs and around sweeping bends etc.
We loved every minute of it.....the scenery on the two state rail sections were also very good,...it was a long day but fantastic, just like we imagined Switzerland would be like.
... around making sure no one broke the rules. She almost pounced on a man with a crying baby, who stopped crying before she could usher them outside into the snow. Speaking of snow, it snowed continually all day long. Wet and cold, I went to find some lunch/dinner in the train station - the only place open. All of Zurich and tourists from every country on the globe were there as well. With a dose of CNN and BBC News, I am now up to speed on the events of the day.
... After Hazel had climbed over some cow-gates we visited the old ruins of the Froburg castle. This castle was first built in the 9th century and abandoned some 400 years later. Like for many other castles in the region today only the ruins remain and the pieces .
A one hour decline brought us back to Trimbach where we are relaxing our bones for the next adventure.
... stadt is like a hideaway medival town - really cool buildings with huge wooden doors, fountains, a small church for local monks, and their silent sanctuary, and then down the way, the monk's own local restaurant where they brew their own beer. Olten is just a really unique place that I'm proud to call my family's home. :)
Sadly, we had to leave... and still today, I continually miss Olten.