Travel Blogs from Bonigen b. Interlaken
... nice but the Swiss are efficient and sticklers for rules. No ticket = fine. After ticket crew left, heard her say she had 30 days to pay the fine.
Good visit with Mutti. Mostly in Swiss-German (she knows some English) and that didn't bother me. We had a light lunch with her and tried coffee (kaffe) she made from this impressive no-nonsense Miele coffee-maker in the kitchen wall unit.
She walked us to the train station later. ...
... and in dried fruit. On the near side, stalls selling arts and crafts, herbal remedies, and then there were more stalls spilling out through the open area below the old Kaufhaus or Merchants House. These were mainly artists of varying talent, selling paintings, prints, painted stones, figurines made from wire and steel and pottery. Our favourite were a couple of small statues crafted out of clay, a man and a woman of mature years, in ...
... br> Today I peeled the perfect orange
Then I ate it
Not out of malice
Nor was I bored
For I was entertained by a game if Boccé
I ate it because nothing rhymes with orangé
next on to Fussen germany,... I heard there is a hockey team from calgary there and I think I may know some of them.
... parking lot, and the campsites are about the size of parking spaces. It's full. Some people have backed in campers. Some people have pitched a tent. Some people seem to be camping out of their cars. I wouldn't want to go in there.
Anne pulls our group together and reminds us that she wanted to visit Trummelbach Falls across the road. She recommends we go through the campsite at this point to get there.
"Anne," I say, "we are 5 and a half hours into a 6 ...
... Not going back there. Sorry,"
I found Susannah in the same place as I left her. All she said was, "Oh there you are," I told her of what happened, and I can't remember is she had laughed or was worried, because I was still a little shaken.
And that concludes the last day in Switzerland. I nearly became a criminal, in such a beautiful place.