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... pants). We ended the night just hanging out in our rooms, listening to music, and enjoying each other's company which was a blast.
In the morning we looked at some touristy stuff to do so went to the tourist information shop and found out that we could take a cable car to the top of one of the mountains and get a spectacular view. After a half hour ride to this small town with the cable car, we find out it's close to 80 Franks per person to get to the top...ouch. Getting to the ...
... drank a lot more than we thought and our night ended up passed out and "spinning" to sleep:) te next morning we woke up and walked around the streets and downtown Interlaken. We headed back to our hostel and at 1pm we met up with our guide to go in a 6 hour Canyoning Trip! This involved driving into the mountains about an hour and getting dressed in wet suits, wet jack, water boots, life best and helmet. Te first task with ...
... was in high spirits and looking forward to the final drive to
Paris. First of all there is the rest of Switzerland, with Franco Lupi and his
friends in the Swiss Automobile club intent on making sure the pressure is
maintained. Our next stop is the medieval town of Troyes in France… south of
Paris. There is a terrific atmosphere within the event this evening, and Troyes
promises to be turned into one big ...
... and go to the top of Europe, to Jungfraujoch, sitting at 3454m above sea level. To be walking down a city street, with the mountains steeply climbing up into the clouds, with their snow covered peaks, is magical to see. To catch a train (three trains actually) climbing to Europe’s highest railway station, was an experience. Even to be able to see nothing when at the top, with a total white-out, at -6 C, was still not a disappointment. The train trips ...
... green and the lakes and rivers, along with the mountainous backdrops, are breathtaking.
We had an afternoon photo stop at Neuschwanstein which is a castle 1.5 hours from Munich. Not just any castle though. This is the castle which Disney's castle image on the opening credits of their movies is based on. It had scaffolding around a large part of it which was annoying but aside from view of the castle, in and around it is something I hope I'll never forget.