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... by the Swiss Alps and two lakes.
Friday we had breakfast and I decided to join a friend and go snowboarding in the Swiss Alps the next day! After signing up we joined the group and walked to one of the lakes. It was beautiful. The water was so blue and clear and the mountains were amazing. No matter which way you look there are mountains. We then stopped to get lunch before starting our hike. The hike was ...
... be sailing aboard one of the old steam driven paddle steamers.
This was certainly a great surprise to me.
With everyone aboard we all headed up onto the main deck to take photos.
The weather was now extremely warm and as we left Brienz we were all out
enjoying the sunshine up on deck. However this did not last long and we were
soon told to remove ourselves and go down onto lower deck as upper deck was only
for 1st class passengers.
Down below I took a ...
... everywhere? So far, apart from the major sights in Venice, we have felt that we are not being squashed in with the massive peak period crowds. They explained their return journey: somewhere in France, Calais, Clumber Park, Berwick and Dundee (that’s 5 solid travelling days in total) We have Buhl, The Felsings, Arnhem and the ferry (2 1/2 days plus overnight) They agreed that North Shields which they’d done before) was indeed a good route and had heard that the new ...
Well its time to leave Zurich and head south to Interlaken. Its a beautiful blue sky day.
The train ride to Interlaken takes 3 hours. The scenery is stunning to say the least. Lush green valleys, snow capped mountains, turquoise coloured lakes. I wish it took longer than 3 hours, as i was thoroughly enjoying the scenery.
Its a 1.5k walk from the train station to where i am staying, City Chalet. Its a group of Chalets next to the river in ...
... sort of, from the guide book). Although very touristy, there was some pretty cool ice sculptures; the experience was ... sorry to use to an already used term ... Cool! On exiting the ice cave, you walk out onto the Dachstein suspension bridge, which is the highest in Austria, and sits 2, 700m above sea level. Not one for the faint hearted, and even more so taking into account the gale force wind blowing up the mountain, buffeting the bridge threatening it with its very ...