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... is laid out. We shared our carriage with a lovely couple from North Carolina - they said this is their favourite place in the world and this was their third time back. I hope we can be so lucky as to come back that many times!!! They also gave us some good tips on manageable walks for the kids. They did so well today though - there's an hour long trail around Schynige Platte and they tore around most of ...
... but so exciting knowing we are on the cusp of creating a real global company. I'm ready to jump right in and learn everything I can and hopefully contribute more than what I take away.
Stay tuned as our our family makes our adjustment to life in Bern.....so far we are in love with Switzerland and you can see the importance they place on family and quality of life. Raising children is a very strong focus here.
Yesterday started as promised so we showered and breakfasted pronto then drove out to Scheltenberg, the base station for the cable cars to take us the 30-minute ascent to the peak of Schiltorn. That in itself was a beautiful journey but once up at the top it was wall-to-wall mountains as far as the eye could see, many covered in snow. Thankfully there were fewer tourists than had been up at Jungfraujoch on Saturday so it made for a more relaxing experience. We walked around the ...
The day started bright and sunny, so after breakfast we set off to look around Interlaken itself taking advantage of the free pass for local buses. It does take you all around the houses but still a bonus. At the tourist info we checked out the Jungfraujoch excursion, otherwise known as 'Top of Europe' which was at the top of our wish list of things to do whilst here. Looking at the weather forecast, ...
... of Bern have to do with the massive events that occurred thousands of kilometers away in Russia? When good old Vladimir Illich Lenin starting going on about revolution, the powers that be in Russia kindly suggested that he leave. Lenin fled to the place where all famous European people run too, Switzerland! Starting in 1914 Lenin lived in Bern for two years before moving to Zurich, which he felt was more working class. As revolution erupted in Russia in 1917 Lenin started ...