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... then try and make up some super lame excuse as to why you have chocolate traces on your face, have a raging stomach ache and that an entire 1kg box of Christmas Kambly cookies have been demolished down to a pile of sad crumbs. Packed for our (my grandmother and I) little trip up to the Swiss alps tomorrow. So excited to see snow! The train dance was preformed again today. In, out, up the steps, back down the steps, sit down, stand up, walk, wait, repeat. Over and over again. We got ...
Switzerland, we're here and we're so excited to meet you! The plan: eat all the chocolate, eat all the cheese, climb all the Alps! Ambitious, but truly Switzerland is part of our European country dream team, so we're setting our sights high, but without expectation. We know weather, accommodations, trains and expensive prices will mean we need to stay flexible. But we are looking forward to staying here until we have our fill, whatever that looks like in the end.
... this hill in Bern that looks out over the whole city. You can cable-car up, but we decided to be adventurous (which it really was, considering the supremely unsuitable footwear I had on for trekking in snow. Only fell over properly once, lucky it was soft!) and walk up. At the top is another tower, so we climbed that for a view from the top of Bern. Very cool! Dinner that night was my first (of many) traditional Swiss meals – Rösti (which is essentially ...
... They wanted to sleep in after the exhausting previous day, but I wanted to accompany Ruth grocery shopping to have an idea of what it is like it here. I am glad I did because getting ones food and supplies can be another adventure in itself. I might be able to say more about it later.
Ruth and I joined the boys for lunch and after playing with Monika’s two little children, we headed out to see the Bear Park, etc… I can’t remember what else.
... I head across town to a very steep cog train up to a picnic-perfect-park-plateau, people are setting up camp for a long day eating and drinking before the darkness and the fireworks. I wish I could summon 8 friends, a frisbee, BBQ, esky, etc. sigh. The view is pretty great, but more exciting is the kids ball play thing with the cogs and slides like the board game mousetrap but harder. Ok, slow down. This is swiss engineering entertaining kids. You put ...