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... riding up this great pass which is surrounded by massive peaks. The road
once again is built from lego type pieces of concrete and is a magical piece of
engineering. What makes this road even more unreal is that it does not actually
lead to anywhere other than to a few towns up in the mountains......oh and the
car train system!!!
with the car train system it sure must have cost a fortune to build for such
I arrive at ...
Arrived near Interlaken yesterday and decided as the forecast was reasonable for the 'tops' that we would take the mountain railway right up to the'Top of Europe' at Jungfraujoch. This took in three separate train journeys lasting in total about 2 hours 15 mins and climbing to 11,333 ft ! This was an epic journey that photos can never really show fully. We caught the earliest train at ...
... hinauf. Dabei immer Muxia die unerschrocken vorne weg lief und uns den Weg gezeigt hat. Nach ca. 45min kamen wir auf ein flaches Plateau, wo wir unser Zelt aufschlagen wollten. Da Manuela mehr Erfahrung mit Zelten hat suchte sie nach einer guten Stelle um das Zelt aufbauen zu können.
Ich stand einige Meter hinter Manuela als ich plötzlich ein leises „Ups“ von Ihr hörte. Zuerst dachte ich sie wollte einen spass machen, und fragte im Scherz ob sie ...
... across the first LIDL of the trip, but my excitement was soon cut short by the empty car park. I didn’t even need to stock up on food, but really could have done with some Sudocrem. I won’t go into the details of why, but it’s not the common one!
When I reached Fribourg’s main high street I finally found a charming looking Fondue restaurant, and locked my bike outside, eager to make up for missing out on a ...
... for long. So I was forced to be a tourist. Unfortunately, it was Sunday and most things were closed. The woman at the information desk recommended a short walk through the main city to a view point near a church, "if you have time!" Oh yeah, I've got time. The view was fine, but more interesting to me was a small set of stairs on the hillside behind the church.
"I wonder ...