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Since it was low season, we were faced with lots of construction road work and walking in the small town of Gindelwald at night was a little on the creepy side. It felt like an old dark and abandoned town. Luckily, when the sun came up, the mountains reminded us of the beauty of our surroundings. The tour at the top was rather quick and we were back down by 3pm to see what the shops had to offer. Back ...
... only takes 45 minutes. Once up there, we frolicked in the snow, had a snow ball fight with others in the tour group and took in the sights. The wind was blowing but Joey and I were pretty warm in our layers and snow pants. We also walked in to the mountain... In to the glacier... It didn't take us as long to get down the mountain. It really was a winter wonderland and something we hope never to ...
... a spot on one of the lakes at Lucerne. Had to put the van on a train to go through one of the mountain tunnels ... way squeezy - had to drive right through the train with only a couple of inches to spare on each side... interesting trip. Drove past the Eiger - had earlier decided to give the train trip to the top a miss ... CHF177 each ! (about ...
... slept through most of the ride, but the scenery that I did see was gorgeous. And there were castles all over the place! Our first Swiss rest stop greeted us with a Toblerone display and shops ranging from Fossil leather to Swatch and Swarovski. Expensive - but for a rest stop, I was impressed! At this same rest stop we encountered our first pay toilets. There was a gate across the entrance and it was a full £1 to enter. We stopped at the ...
... to Luk Bussiere all day with his French accent. He told us of the challenge in Switzerland and France where the standard of living is very high but the suicide rates are the highest in Europe. He had some wonderful quotes from history about education, from Chrysostom to Bonaventure. Luk was given a vision of a castle with children in it and eventually saw one for sale in the paper and bought it. Today he is the principal of the school in ...