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After being at the largest alcoholic festival in the world,
Josh and I were keen to head to Switzerland for a taste of true beauty with a
clean atmosphere. Our group was heading to the Swiss Alps today. Switzerland is
one of the most scenic and breathtaking countries in the world with its
culture, fresh air, and of course the backdrop of the Alps.
When I first travelled to Switzerland, my stay was in
Lucerne- a beautiful ...
... via a different tunnel). Husband was no where to be seen - but the train was docked. I paced up and down the platform looking through windows to see if I could see him - no - and no head hanging out to motion me in. Time was ticking and Swiss rail is very prompt (unlike the Italian) and I didn't want to hop on unless I saw him (we don't have two phones either) I ran down the stairs and looked in the tunnel but couldn't see him, then back up the platform - no ...
... be served as a side or have things mixed in them and served as a meal. Hannah got the Oberland Rosti (rosti with bacon and swiss cheese with fried egg on top) and Kyle got a pork bratwurst in sauce with Rosti on the side (he was bummed his didn’t have cheese). The rosti was bomb! Kyle had a beer from Interlaken and Hannah got a glass of Reisling with dinner.
Since it was about 8pm when we finished dinner, everything in the town (with ...
... not moving. We arrive at the train station and only a 5 minute wait for the train to Spiez. At Spiez, 10 minutes and we are in Interlaken at 5:15. It could not have worked out better. Same room as before, Carol puts laundry in while I shower, than showers herself. She hangs the laundry and we head out to an Irish pub. Fish and chips, a burger, two beers, and free dessert and coffee which was excellent. The 3 Tells Pub is recommended in Interlaken. The ...
... seeing up close the water so eager to obey the laws of gravity that it tortures itself into boiling streams and plunging torrents.
The bus back to Lauterbrunnen and then the train to Interlaken East provided a short interlude in which to dry out before taking the train to Bern.
Stepping off the train in Bern was a step back into the hubbub of a big city, a major change from the more leisurely rural pace of Interlaken and Zermatt. As ...