Hotel Hari im Schlegeli
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... delicious and fatty and definately filled the spot.
The rest of the evening was spent drinking a local beer and talking to various Busabout people I had met over my travels whilst listening to a brass band and a drum line. The drummers were my favourite and at one stage through the middle of their performance the lights were dimmed and they continued playing with glow in the dark drum sticks! Of course this excited me terribly.
At around 11:00pm ...
... cafe and bought a little something from the gift shop. It turns out that Switzerland is a very expensive country -a small hot chocolate cost me over AU$5. Dinner that night, once again cooked by the on-site Topdeck chef, was traditional Swiss fondue and roast pork with vegetables. The events for that night were less than exciting than the day, however, as I decided to have an early night because a) I'm not a party person and b) I just really like sleep.
... was a bit chilly, but I was still able to manage with just the Vest and short sleeves. Everyone else was bundling up and wearing a hat.
After lunch I went down to the theater in the basement to have a look at the short movie. I pushed the button to start the process which lowered all the curtains in the circular room. There were a couple of other guys there sitting at a table looking at a Laptop, but the dark room shouldn’t have been a problem ...
... is a half mile climb to the bus station. At a corner, I see a bus stop so check it out. It has a sign with an arrow around to the next corner for Frutigen, which is where we have to go. Rounding that corner, I look at the schedule, one bus per hour at 54 past. It is 3:54 and the bus is coming to the stop. Perfect timing is a welcome reward for the end of our Swiss hiking experience. The ride to Frutigen is longer than we thought, but we do not care, our ...
... first into the gap between the wall. Mom tried to help but she was too far gone
and they were both in hysterics. Finally had to unclip her to get her
out...very funny. Blasted off very late
trying to get to the train station and forgot the passports in the safe...oops.
Retrieved them after long unnecessary walk and decided that the 15 year old
back pack I'm using is not working. Went to an outdoor store and bought a fantastic